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SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY EDITION (1959-1975) 



WILBRAHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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EDITED BY: 



CINDY WHITEHILL EDITOR IN CHIEF 

JENIFER PATRIC ASST. EDITOR 

BRUCE WALLACE PHOTOGRAPHY 

NANCY RAYMOND FACULTY 

TERRY LYNCH ACTIVITIES 

KYLE LOFTUS ACTIVITIES 

CINDYENGEL UNDERCLASSMEN 

BOB KING SPORTS 

BARBARA GIBSON SPORTS 

GERALD HINCH SPORTS 

NANCY HATCH SENIORS 

CAROL DRISCOLL ADVERTISING 

KEVIN CAMPION BUSINESS 



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Tues 


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Thurs 


Fri 


Sat 


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LABOR DAY 


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4 

School Begins 
for Freshmen 
and New 
Students 


5 

School Begins 
for Rest of 
Students 


6 

Education May 
Be Expensive, 
But Ignorance 
Is Even More 
Costly 


7 


8 

Ford Pardons 
Nixon. Evel 
Kneivel Tries 
to Jump Snake 
River Canyon 
and Fails. A 
United States 
T.W.A. Air- 
liner Crashes 
in Ionian Sea 


9 


10 

If You Could 
Give But One 
Gift, Make It 
The Gift of a 
Good Example 


11 

Eastern Air- 
liner Crashes 
in Charlotte 
N. C. 


12 

Busing Protest 
at South Boston 
High School 


13 


14 

Big E Opens 


15 

Non- Conform- 
ist Soviet Art 
Festival Dis- 
banded by 
Bulldozer 


16 

Springfield In- 
stalls Busing 
Plan 

Wounded Knee 

Defendants 

Freed 


17 


18 


19 

Hurricane Fifi 
Batters Hon- 
duras, 7,000 
to 8,000 
Killed 


20 


21 

Walter Brennan 
Dies 

First Day of 
Fall 


22 

Last Day of 
the Big E 


23 

First Frost. 
Charlie Weav- 
er Dies 


24 

Hearing Held 
Sept. 23-26 
for Rockefel- 
ler as Vice 
President 


25 

Senior Pictures 
Taken. DAT 
Test for 
Freshmen 
Lt. C alley Re- 
leased From 
Prison Because 
Publicity Made 
His Trial 
Unfair 


26 

Senior Pic- 
tures Taken 
DAT Test for 
Freshmen 


27 


28 

Talent Show at 
7:30 in the 
Auditorium 
Mrs. Ford Un- 
dergoes Can- i 
cer Operation \ 


29 


30 

To Rest Is To 
Rust -- To Be 
Active Is To 
Achieve 













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Sun 


Mon 


Tues 


Wed 


Thurs 


Fri 


Sat 






1 

Watergate 
Coverup Trials 
Open 


2 

Half Day of 
School for 
Teachers 
Workshop 


3 


4 

No School for 

Teachers 

Convention 


5 

Rockefeller 

Discloses 

Money Gifts of 

$2,000,000 

over Past 

Seventeen 

Years 


6 


7 

Warning 
Notices Go Out 
This Week 


8 


9 

Ford Busing 
Comment 
Angers Boston 
Mayor 


10 

How Good 
Must Things 
Get Before 
We'll Admit 
They Could 
Be Worse? 


11 


12 

Jaworski 
Resigns 

Junior Class 
Car Wash and 
Bake Sale 10-4 


13 

Ed Sullivan 
Dies 


14 

No School- - 
Columbus Day 


15 

Freshman 
ITED Exams 


16 

Oakland A's 
Win World 
Series 4-2 


17 


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One Act Play 
Contest 

Senior Play, 
'Adaptation' 

Wins 


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Open House 
7:30 

Senior Class 
Assembly 


23 

Sophomore 
Class Candy 
Sale Begins 

White House 
Admits to a 
Recession 
Kissinger 
Leaves for 
Soviet Union 
Tour 


24 

Freshman 
Elections 


25 


26 

PSAT/NMSQT 
Exams 

Halloween 
Sadie Hawkins 
Dance Run by 
the Student 
Council 8-11 
in the Old 
Gym 


27 

Kissinger Con- 
fers in Moscow 


28 

No School -- 
Veterans Day 


29 

Ford Gives Un- 
announced 
News Confer- 
ence. Nixon 
Undergoes 
Surgery for 
Phlebitis 


30 

Mohammed Ali 
Regains Title 


31 

Halloween 

Ford Cam- 
paigns for Re- 
publican 
Candidates in 
Sioux City, 
Iowa 












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Mon 


Tues 


Wed 


Thurs 


Fri 


Sat 












1 

Senior Work 
Weekend Nov. 
1-3 


2 


3 

Reputation is 
Never Com- 
pletely Earned 
-- It is Being 
Continually 
Earned 


4 


5 


6 

End of Sopho- 
more Candy 
Sale. 


7 

Kissinger Re- 
news Peace 
Talks 


8 

Marks Close 


9 

Senior Work 
Weekend II 
Nov. 8-10. 
Kissinger Re- 
turns to the 
United States 


10 

Three Arab 
States Lower 
Oil Prices. 


11 


12 

South Africa 
Suspended 
From the 
United Nations 


13 

State Wide 
Assessment 
Program Test- 
ing 8:00-11:30 
in the Library 


14 


15 

Report Cards 
Go Out 


16 


17 

Diplomacy Is 
the Art of Dis- 
agreeing With- 
out Being 
Disagreeable 


18 


19 

Freshman 
Parent Coffee 


20 


21 

Most of Us 
Want to Change 
Our Circum- 
stances But Not 
Ourselves 


22 

National 
Elections 
Ella Grasso 
Elected First 
Woman Go- 
vernor; Dukakis 
Elected Go- 
vernor of 
Massachusetts 


23 


24 


25 

Leaders Are 
Created When 
They Succeed 
in the Face of 
Failure — Not 
By Easy 
Victories 


26 


27 

Half Day of 
School 


28 

Thanksgiving 
Vacation Nov. 
28-31 


29 

Total Eclipse 

of the Moon 


30 




Sun 


Mon 


Tues 


Wed 


Thurs 


Fri 


Sat 


1 


2 

Special Town 
Meeting 


3 


4 


5 

Chess Match 
Minnechaug 
versus East 
Longmeadow 


6 


7 

SAT 8:30 in 
the Lecture 
Hall 

MMEA District 
Auditions in 
Amherst 


8 


9 

Warnings Go 
Out This Week 


10 


11 


12 

Girls and Boys 
Sports Awards 
7:00 


13 

Partial Eclipse 
of the Sun 


14 


15 

The Worst 
Form of Fail- 
ure is the 
Failure to Try 


16 


17 

Christmas As- 
sembly in the 
Auditorium 


18 


19 

Winter Con- 
cert 7:30 in 
the Auditorium 


20 


21 

Student Coun- 
cil Semi-For- 
mal Dance 
7:30-11:30 in 
the Old Gym 

First Day of 
Winter 


22 


23 

Christmas 
Vacation 
Starts 


24 


25 

CHRISTMAS 


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28 


29 

Keeping Your 
Eye Too 
Closely on the 
Future May Ob- 
scure Present 
Opportunities. 


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31 

New Year's 
Eve 
















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1 

New Year's 
Day 

Bay State Gas 
Company Goes 
on Strike 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 

School Begins 
Again 


7 


8 

Richard Tuck- 
er, Metropoli- 
tan Opera Star, 
Dies, Scene 
From TEN LIT- 
TLE INDIANS 
is on 'At Home 
With Kitty' . 


9 


10 

Series of 
Deadly Tor- 
nadoes Leave 
11 Dead and 
200 Hurt in 
Mississippi 


11 


12 

Arctic Blizzard 
Whips Through 
the Midwest 
and Kills at 
Least 10 


13 

Ford Delivers 

Message To 
the Nation On 
Television 


14 


15 

Ford Delivers 
His State of 
the Union Ad- 
dress to 
Congress 


16 


17 

District Re- 
hearsal and 
Concert at 
Cathedral. 
Model Con- 
gress Meets 
atAIC. 


18 


19 


20 

Mid- Year 
Exams Held 
All This Week 


21 


22 


23 

TEN LITTLE 
INDIANS Per- 
formed in the 
Auditorium 


24 

TEN LITTLE 
INDIANS Per- 
formed in the 
Auditorium 

Marks Close 


25 


26 


27 


28 

You Are Suc- 
cessful When 
People .Tell 
You You're A 
Lot Smarter 
Than You Are 


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Report Cards 
Go Home 







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Seldom Do 
You Fully 
Appreciate 
Another's 
Abilities Until 
You Compete 
With Him. 




Junior College 
Admissions 
Orientation, 
February 4-6 


Half Day of 
School 






Folk Festival 
7:30 Run by 
the Minne- 
chaug 
Choralyres 


9 


10 

Exchange Con- 
cert With 
Commerce 
7:30 at 
Minnechaug 


11 

Exchange Con- 
cert With 
Commerce 

7:30 in 

Springfield 


12 


13 


14 

Valentine's 
Day. 

Quill 
and Scroll 
Cookies 
Distributed 


15 


116 


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20 


21 


22 


Good, Planning, 
Carefully Exe- 
cuted, Is Often 
Mistaken By 
Others As Pure 
Luck 


Winter Vaca- 
tion Starts 




When Your 
Work Speaks 
For Itself, 
Don't Interrupt 






Regardless of 
What Happens, 
Somebody Al- 
ways Knew It 
Would. 


23 


24 

Entire Year- 
book Goes In 
To Printer ! 


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MR. THOMPSON RETIRES 




Mr. Charles Thompson, head of Minnechaug's Guidance Department from 1958 to 1972 and a guidance 
counselor since 1972, retired in January. 

During his seventeen years of service, the school's population increased five-fold; and Mr. Thompson's 
valuable contributions in many areas helped to meet the challenge of rapid growth. 

He developed the Guidance Department. Furthermore, he was instrumental in compiling the guidance 
library, creating contacts for college visitations, and establishing such innovative programs as Work 
Study and EIIP. 

In the school's early years, he planned the original curriculum and recruited teachers. Later Mr. 
Thompson chaired the evaluation committee which gained Minnechaug its initial accreditation in 1961. 

He also opened channels through which many students have obtained financial aid by organizing the 
Minnechaug Scholarship Committee. 

Rounding out his activities, Mr. Thompson for seven years (1962-1969) coached the track team which 
sustained a still unbroken record of sixty wins and two losses. 

We recognize with gratitude his long, effective and dedicated service and wish Mr. Thompson a satis- 
fying retirement. 




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Quotations taken from THE FARMERS' ALMANAC. 



ARIES 





These males are meek, undecisive, unrom- 

antic and not lewd; 
At math, refereeing, moderating, and science 

are good. 
The girl is chaste, even-tempered, for better 

or worse, 
Excels at housewifery, town affairs, and being 



Belongs to those born March 21 -April 19 
Controls the head and face, Ruling planet- 
Mars; Birthstone -Jasper, Bloodstone, Aqua- 
marine; Colors-Red, Green. 



RUSSELL SALK-Math, Chess 
Team-Advisor 



RICHARD BROWN (Dr. )-Science, / 
Department Chairman 



TAURUS 





DAVID BERNSTEIN-English 



HAROLD MILLER-Science, Swimming- 
Coach, Football-Coach 



JAMES MITCHELL- 
Work/Study 



Tauri are strong, amorous, ambitious, and fickle, Good 
athletes, builders, artists — no good with a sickle. 
Taurae are independent, courageous and cold, Good tra- 
velers, career gals, love praise we are told. 



Belongs to those born April 20-May 20 

Controls the throat and neck; Ruling Planet, Venus; Birthstone- 

Diamond, Sapphire; Color-Blue. 



GEM IN/ 




ALBERT NEWSOME- 
Guidance 



JOHN OPPEDISANO-Math 



Belongs to those born May 21 -June 20 
Controls shoulders, lungs, and arms; Ruling 
Planet-Mercury; Birthstone-Emerald; Color- 
Green. 

These Gemini men understand, imagine, remem- 
ber. 
They make fine husbands, teachers, mechanics, 

inventors. 
She is jealous, fretful, vindictive, but easily 

appeased; 
A good teacher, writer, by her first love most 
pleased. 



GEMINI 




SUSAN KLINE-English, YEAR- 
BOOK-Advisor 




PAUL DESLAURIERS- 
Remedial Class, Foot- 
ball-Coach, Baseball- 
Coach 




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ELIZABETH BICHAN-Art 




JUDI EMERSON-EIIP 



M JOHN LOGAN-Industrial Arts, Administrative Aide, 
Advisor-Class of '75 



CANCER 





JOAN BOURQUARD-Foreign 
Language 



WILMA DAVIDSON-English 



BRUCE MORGAN -Physical Ed- 
ucation, Soccer-Coach, Gym- 
nastics-Coach 



Belongs to those born June 21 -July 22 

Controls breast and stomach, Ruling planet-Moon; Birth- 

stone-Agate, Pearl, Alexandrite, Moonstone; Color-Blends. 



He is serious, faithful, provident, sedate, and tender; Likes 
farming, business, anything domestic -better borrower than 
lender. 

The female is cheerful, captious, opinionated, and discreet, 
As fine a wife, mother, partner, creator as you'll ever meet. 



LEO 




Strong intuition, not easily irritated. 
Goes his own way with stubborness. 
Good hearted and great minded. 
Gets along well with good friends. 



VIRGO 





KATHERINE GOULDING-Home 
Economics Department Chairman 



ANDREW WHALEN-Physic 
Education, Soccer-Coach 



Belongs to those born August 23-September 22 

Controls the lower intestines, Ruling planet- Mercury; Birth- 

stone-Carnelian, Peridot, Sardonyx Color-Red-Brown, 

Yellow-Green. 



RITA STRAUSS-Guidance Counselor 

Cautious, reserved, romantic, real devils if they dared 

Trustworthy accountants, treasurers --to steal they'd be scared. 
The women are warm, modest, clean, and sincere, Succeed at 
everything, including a professional career. 



LIBRA 







MARTIN BARRETT -Physical Education. Driver Education 






MARY LOU BREWER-Social Studies, Girls' Tennis- Coach 




PATRICIA GAGN ON -Science 



DONNA O'CONNOR-Reading 




ROBERT MCCARTHY-French, German 



WILLIAM FA KINS -Physics 



These boys are respected, truthful, contented, and 

humble 
Fine doctors, politicians, v. i. p. 's--into marriage 

easily tumble. 
The gals are modest, virtuous, prudent, and love to 

obey; 
Good Girl Fridays, homebodies, WACS or WAVES, so 

they say. 

Belongs to those born September 23-October 22 
Controls the loins, Ruling Planet- Venus; Birthstone- 
Chrysolite, Sapphire; Colors-Green-Blue 



SCORP/o 





GARY PETZOLD-Science 



Unlucky, but bright, these men make both enemies 

and friends, 
Unless as policemen or explorers their interest bends. 
The women are proud, considerate, and full of 

ambitions, 
Work best for the government, as detectives, and 

are expert dietitians. 

Belongs to those born October 23 -November 22 
Controls the generative organs, Ruling planet-Mars; 
Color-Blends; Birthstone -Beryl, Opal, Tourmaline. 



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WILLIAM MAGDYCZ- Science 



JOHN PRZYBYLOWICZ-French, Stu- 
dent Tutors -Advisor 



PHILLIP SOUSA-Industriai Arts, 
Ski Team-Coach, Track-Coach 




SUSAN JONES -English-Depart- 
ment Chairman 



RONALD HOFMANN-English 




GORDON JONES -Art 



SUSAN CURTIS-Busi- 
ness, Administrative Aide 



Manly and kind, phlegmatic, furious when misled, 
and cold. 

Become top-flight surgeons, psychiatrists, and sports- 
men bold. 

The distaff side is gossipy, bossy, scolding, over- 
demanding if wed. 

Does best as a vet, institutional attendant, or kinder- 
garten head. 

Belongs to those born November 23-December 21 
Controls the thighs; Color-Gold; Ruling planet-Jupiter 
Birthstone-Topaz. 



DEBORAH BACH- English 



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MARY ALICE WOLF- English 



Restless, troublesome, weak, dull but amourous lovers; 
Fine as ministers, scientists, businessmen and drovers. 
The females however, are timorous, silly, and easily won; 
Had best stick to school teaching, home and from all evil run. 



PATRICIA DUNN- 
Physical Education, 
Skiing- Coach, 
Girls' Softball- Coach 



ROBERT SILVA-Math 



Belongs to those born December 22 -January 19 

Controls the knees-Ruling Planet-Saturn; Birthstone-Ruby, 

Turquoise, Zircon; Colors-Red, Blue, Green. 




KARL STERNBERG-Biology 



STEVEN WEISS-Guidance Counselor 



Sensitive men are these, peace-loving and reliable. 
A life as poet, playwright, or artist seems desirable. 
She is studious, sedentary, not over-passionate, devout 
A good librarian, wife, and knows what life is about. 



Belongs to those born January 20-February 18 

Controls the legs; Ruling Planet-Uranus; Birthstone-Garnet; 

Color-Dark Red. 



PISCES 




STEPHEN CASTON- 
GUAY-Social Studies 

Glib and smooth, dependable, never double crossers, 
Choose these men for lawyers, pols, scientists, airfield bossers 
Affectionate, soft, loyal, passionate, you'll find these gals. 
Make wonderful wives, teachers, nurses, and just plain pals. 



STEPHEN 
SCHARL- 
Media 
Specialist 

Belongs to those born February 19-March 20 

Controls the feet; Ruling Planet-Neptune; Birthstone-Amethyst; 

Color-Purple 




SECRETARIES-left to right: Nancy Porter, Andrea Morgan, Jean Wolford, 
Luella Searles, Joyce Thompson, Nancy Kissel. 



DORIS FOLIANSBEE and.KRISTINE 
DUCLOS Guidance Secretaries 




CUSTODIANS - LEFT 
TO RIGHT - ROW 1 - 
Sam Bruttaniti, Mich- 
ael Grise, ROW 2 - 
Louis Stejna, Edward 
Ordynowicz, Joseph 
Norman, Stanley Stry- 
charz (Head Custodian) 
Ted Sczepanik, George 
Stocks, ROW 3 - Larry 
Cosciminiski, Tom 
Trewin, Ed Turner, 
Peter Sagan, Stanley 
Klinkowicz, Robert 
Fry dry k, Leon 
Superneau. 



CAFETERIA STAFF - 
LEFT TO RIGHT - 
ROW 1 - Lucille 
Schielding, Rena Les- 
sard, Kathleen Wilk, 
Leona Isham, Theresa 
Mazza, Alice Godfrey, 
ROW 2- Irene Chmu- 
ra, Mary Lopata, Mar- 
garet Webber, Nancy 
Hansen, Arline Ross, 
Bernadette Szanderow- 
ski, Yoland Craig. 




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GUIDANCE 
AIDES 




LIBRARY 
AIDES 





STUDENT COUNCIL 



The co -moderators of the Student Council are Dawn Clark and Linda Voss. Pat VanDerwerken is the secretary, Bob Abraham- 
son is the treasurer, and Pat Delgrego is in charge of publicity. Members by class are: Bill Bauer, Pam Delgrego, John Fynn, 
Mike Getchell, Betsy Kervick, Debbie Nascimbeni, and Bob Shaw-Seniors; Jeb Balise, Bob DeValle, Kathy Dunn, Jan Follansbee, 
Joanne Ingraham, Joanne Nickerson, Dee Wilson, Gina Belli, Becky Harwood, Kathy Galavotti, Kathy Donnelly, Carrie Cordner, 
Rich Goodreau, and Karen Frost-Juniors. The Sophomores are Chris Belski, Jim Ancey, Judy Bergeron, Karen Garvey, Carol Kok- 
oszyna, Lynn Maskill, Sara Roche, Walter Silviera, Lee Poulopoulos, Caryl Tobia, Julfe Belli, Tim DeValle, Sally Johnson, and 
Linda Abrahamson; and Freshmen-Paul Abrahamson, Sue Bates, Lisa Cambo, Erin Carr, Chris Calvert, Priscilla Blodgett, Scott 
Dow, Katie Garber, Chris Howard, Kathy Kern, Michelle Kober, Tina Kronholm, Nina Leone, Rachel Siebert, Joy Wilson, and 
Kathy Wilson. 





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Leadership: The art of 
getting someone else to do 
something you want done be- 
cause he wants to do it. 




THE MEMBERS OF THE GIRLS LEADER CORPS ARE-BOTTOM ROW: C. Galavotti, C. Dunn, K. Frost, D. Clark, SECOND 
ROW: J. Dow, C. Beach, K. Davis, N. Raymond, J. McGuill, T. Goodreau, K. Loftus, THIRD ROW: D. Wilson, D. Nascim- 
beni, G. Belli, S. Shaw, B. Gibson, M. Dresser, K. Maxwell, J. Follansbee, B. Jordan, M. Fongemie, A. Skipton. TOP ROW: 
J. Smith, D. McKay, J. Ingraham, K. Donnelly, C. Struzziero, L. Voss, L. Desotell, S. Hough, M. Audette, J. Nickerson, 
and C. Bulat. Missing: K. Booth, L.i D 1 Amours, T. Lynch, L. Mahaffey, P. Mierzwinski, J. Patric, W. Reed, R. Ehifresne, C. 
Engel, and D. VonFlatern. 




The purpose of Leader Corps is to provide a 
corps of individuals who aid in physical edu- 
cation class activities with freshman and 
sophomore programs. THE MEMBERS OF BOYS 
LEADER CORPS ARE-FRONT ROW: K. Horton, 
B. McCormick, D. Robinson, A. Hanmer, T. 
Wolstencraft. BACK ROW: S. Semle, B. King, 
D. Scott, K. Campion, D. Allen, M. Sch- 
losser, W. Carlson, R. Goodreau. 




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JR. CLASSICAL LEAGUE 





OFFICERS: Kathy Saxe, V. Pres. ; Gail Nessell, Pres. ; Debbie 
Grogan, Sec; Amy White, Treas. 

RIGHT: The catapult built by the J. C. L. It took second place 
for accuracy and third place for distance at the competition in 
Westf ord, Ma . 



The J. C. L. believes that 
learning about the Greek 
and Roman civilization 
will help them to under- 
stand and appraise this 
world of today which is 
indebted to ancient civi- 
lization in its govern- 
ments, laws, -literature, 
languages and arts. 





MEMBERS: C. Averill, K. Barron, B. Bauer, C. Beach, C. Belski, J. Berenson, M. Bielitz, B. Bonsall, L. Bromley, M. Budyn- 
kiewicz, B. Burns, J. Calabrese, P. Callan, B. Cauley, D. Chapin, L. Cheetham, P. Coombs, E. Cosby, A. Davisson, B. Dav- 
isson, J. Delgrego, S. Duffy, S. Fletcher, G. Fusco, T. Geary, M. Gleason, L. Goncalves, J. Grattan, M. Gress, M. Grillo, 
G. Grindle, D. Grogan, M. Grover, P. Grover, V. Guiel, D. Harvard, S. Holliday, R. Keddrell, H. Krevick, L. Knak, K. 
Krezik, M. Laramee, D. Leonard, D. Littorin, K. Loftus, G. Nessell, K. Nichols, K. O'Connor, K. Opalinski, E. O'Shea, T. 
Owens, M. Panasian, J. Pappas, A. Pearson, H. Person, M. Piligian, J. Pratt, J. Ross, K. Saxe, G. Saxe, D. Schubach, B. 
Scott, B. Scott, N. Shea, C. Stark, N. Swallow, S. Sweetman, P. Szmyt, K. Taylor, A. White. 



The members of the future teachers as- 
sociation tutor grade school children 
during their free periods. They are: 
FRONT ROW: C. Fredette, G. Grama- 
rossa, C. Hanson, R. Jordan, Mr. Przy- 
bylowicz, (advisor), BACK ROW: B. Jor- 
dan, J. Jordan. 




NURSERY 





PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 




NO PHOTO 
AVAILABLE 



John Gottsche, Andy Erickson, Bill 
Aras, Ken Schott, Gary Petzold (ad- 
visor), Greg Schott 




E.I.I.P. 




Experimental Individualized Instruction Program 
Staff: Porter Smith, Diane Merker, Judy Emerson, 
Jan Wolcott. 




TOP ROW: Mrs. Sharrard (advisor), P. Coombs, M. Dresser, B. Kervick, N. 
Shea, C. Gillis, L. Balboni, C. Ferrier, M. Bielitz, L. St. Pierre, SECOND 
ROW: D. Harvey, L. Ackerman, P. Laitres, C. Engel, K. Rochford, D. Dem- 
etrius, E. Grillo, J. Nickerson, G. Miller, BOTTOM ROW: N. Swallow, R. 
Rodrigues, A. McDonald. 



STUDENT 
HOSTESSES 






FIRST ROW: J. DelGrego, N. Shea, D. Clark, L. Voss, G. Gramarossa, 
SECOND ROW: Mr. Tipaldi (advisor), N. Raymond, J. Burt, K. Cam- 
pion, B. Wallace, T. Lynch, K. Loftus, C. McGregor. 






P.A.V.A.S. 



President-Cindy Whitehill, Vice-President- 
Scott Strohman, Secretary- Jana McGuill, 
Treasurer-Nancy Shea, Advisors-Mr. Amer- 
man, Mr. Jones. 



THE MEMBERS OF THE PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS SOCIETY ARE: FIRST ROW: D. 
Trimble, L. Whitehill, D. Clark, E. Hartt, R. Scott, S. Strohman; SECOND ROW: J. Stone, 
N. Shea, J. Whitehill, E. Grace, S. Wilson, S. Kern, B. Schenk, L. Voss, B. Leonard; TH- 
IRD ROW: R. Gibson, J. Taylor, A. Skipton, P. Russell, A. Piaget, D. Demetrius, J. Mc- 
Guill, C. Valentine, D. Donovan, M. Dresser, J. Plugge, B. Groth, K. DeWolf, Mr. Amer- 
man (advisor); FOURTH ROW: K. Barron, J. Anderholm, M. Van Amsterdam, C. Russell, 
G. Gramarossa, D. Begley, K. Byron, W. Shankel, P. Packard, C. Hanson. 





TALENT SHOW 



CHORALYRES AND 
MEN'S CHORUS 








TOP ROW, L. TO R. -Linda Moreau, Debbie Leonard, Bill Leonard, Charlie Russell, John 
Flynn, Pete Russell, Jon Higgins, Scott Strohman, Tony Leone, Joe Walt, Ed Hartt, Dave 
Bates, Steve Strohman, Clif Averill, Tom Rourke, Mr. Warren Amerman. MIDDLE ROW - 
Kim Pennington, Sharon Miller, Monica Sails, Janis Ross, Debbi Trimble, Terri Owens, 
Linda Voss, Cindy White hill, Ellen Grace, Lynn Ackerman, Barbara Schenk, Amy White, 
Dawn Clark, Pat Vanderwerken, Sally Johnson, Julie Berenson, Lisa Divida. BOTTOM ROW - 
Julie Marion, Sharon Richter, Elaine Phelps, Karen Garvey, Dawn Atchinson, Chris Phil- 
lips, Debbie Grogan, Pam Delgrego, Laurie Balboni, Linda Okula, Joyce Plugge, Marcelle 
VanAmsterdam, Maria Panasian, Sue Holliday, Beth Robison, Jerilyn Dow, Karen Voss. 
Missing-Dave Begley, Ken Byron, Carrie Beach, Joan Delgrego, Diane Donovan, Jillen 
Flynn, Mary Gerard, Naomi Manning, Gail Nessell, Jenny Osmond, Ann Piaget, Diane 
Savoie, Kathi Saxe, Sally Schmuck, Wendy Shankel, Nancy Shea, Sherri Sweetman, 
Joanne Tozier, Carole Valentine, Debra Vonflatern. The accompanists are Jerilyn Dow and 
Sally Johnson. 





THE MEMBERS OF FIRST YEAR CHORUS- Senya Bennett, 

Pat Kane, Anne Carmody, Debbie Francis, Karen Gardner, 

Linda Gatsby, Sue Getchell, Sheila Gray, Sue Hill, Lynn 

Holley, Debbie Irvine, Carolyn Jones, Donna Mack, Liddy 

Paine, Maryellen ' Sparks, Jan Stolki, Lisa Villeneuve, Linda 

Welsh. The accompanist is Karen Johnson. 




IN CONCERT 




PEP BAND 




The members of the Minnechaug Regional High School Pep Band for 1974 are: Ed Hartt, 
Norman Byron, David Bates, Jerilyn Dow, Brad Pickett, Scott Dow, Marta Thodal, 
Amy White, Lisa Knak, Steve Carlson, Bob Auchter, Mike Getchell, Eric Byron. Patti 
Packard, Sally Johnson, Debbie Bromley. Our thanks to these students who gave up 
their Saturdays to cheer for the football team. Their music was really appreciated! 
The faculty advisor was Miss Brewer. 



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CONCERT BAND 



DIRECTOR: Charles D. Beeler 




"Percussion, you have great tone, good articulation, and 
perfect intonation. . . too bad you don't have any rhythm !" 



MEMBERS: M. Gerrard, E. Phelps, 
C. Schenk, P. Packard, M. Tho- 
dal, S. Handel, L. Knak, L. 
Wentworth, K. Flodman, B. Flat- 
hers, J. Dow, C. Radkowski, D. 
DeWolf, S. Carlson, J. Scott, D. 
Ort, C. Johnson, P. Abrahamson, 
H. Stecker, R. Hellinger, ]. 
Stone, S. Strohman, G. Williams, 

C. Jones, C. Johnson, A. Skipton, 
J. Wright, S. Dow, H. Groth, B. 
Schenk, S. Sweetman, S. Stroh- 
man, R. Auchter, N. Byron, R. 
Gibson, B. Pickett, P. Loveland, 
S. Cooper, E. Cardetti, S. John- 
son, P. Williamson, W. Smith, 

D. Robinson, T. Vakel, R. Bur- 
eau, J. Adams, M. Getchell, D. 
Bates, M. Munsell, J. Ross, E. 
Byron, M. Mathieu, G. Fiore, B. 
Lis, N. Pixley, C. Dubord, J. 
Taylor, R. Gaudette. 




Honorable Mention: Charles Russell 


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DIRECTOR: Dawn 
Clark 



SENIOR CAST: Ed 
Hartt, Charlie Russell, 
Ricky Scott, Cindy 
Whitehill. 





JUNIOR DIRECTORS: Kathie Barron, Ken 
Byron. JUNIOR CAST: Dave Begley, Jamie 
Benedict, Ken Byron, Diane Donovan, Gail 
Gramarossa, Craig Hanson, Carolyn Johnson, 
Bill Leonard, Pat Packard, Jay Reed, Kathi 
Saxe, Debbie VonFlatern, Jayne Whitehill. 



SOPHOMORE DIRECTORS: Peter Russell, 
AnnPiaget. SOPHOMORE CAST: Robert 
Auchter, Cliff Averill, Julie Berenson, Lisa 
Divida, Karen Garvey, Jon Gottsche, Sue 
Holliday, Lisa Knak, Holly Kervick, Deb- 
bie Leonard, Kerry McCann, Joanne Mun- 
sell, Jenny Osmond, Maria Panasian, Kim 
Pennington, Sharon Richter, Amy White. 




FRESHMAN ONE ACT: The Stolen 
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FRESHMAN DIRECTORS: Barbara Schenk, Mar- 
celle Van Amsterdam. FRESHMAN CAST: Eric 
Byron, Joanne Clarke, Sue Engels, Gina Fusco, 
Katie Garber, Karen Gardner, Donna Grogan, 
Carolyn Jones, Sherry Labine, Ginny Saxe, Jane 
Scott, Rachel Siebert, Mary Ellen Sparks, 
Mary Stamm, Linda Welsh. 




STAGE CREW AND SET DESIGN: 
Leslie Chute, Karen Anderholm, Cliff 
Averill, Debbie Bromley, Debbie 
Grogan, Carolyn Johnson, Holly Ker- 
vick, Mark Piaget, Janis Ross, Carol 
Schenk, Jane Scott, Wendy Shankel, 
Scott Strohman, Joan Tobia, Debbi 
Trimble, Carole Valentine, Debbie 
VonFlatern, Linda Welsh, Cindy 
Whitehill. SUPERVISOR: Mr. Mark 
Sawyer. 




ALL STAR CAST: Debra 
VonFlatern, Richard Scott, 
Lucinda Whitehill, Ed- 
mund Hartt, Charles Rus- 
sell, Holly Kervick, Car- 
olyn Johnson, Jane Scott, 
Linda Welsh. 



Nine little Indian boys sat up very late; One overslept himself, 
then there were eight. Eight little Indian boys traveling to Devon; 
One said he'd stay there, then there were seven. 




Ten little Indian boys went out to dine; One choked his little 
self, then there were nine. 



Emily Brent as played by Cathi Gartner. 




Pat Packard as Dr. Armstrong and Steve Kern as William Blore 



Ken Byron as Sir Lawrence Wargrave. 




Peter Russell as General MacKenzie. 



Cindy Whitehill, Pat Packard, and John Higgins (as Phillip 
Lombard). 




Three little Indian boys walking in the zoo; A 
big bear hugged one, then there were two. Two 
little Indian boys sitting in the sun; One got 
frizzled up, then there was one. 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Mark Piaget (Mr. Rodgers), Ken Byron, Brad Pickett (Anthony 
Marston), and Sharon Richter (Mrs. Rodgers). 

TEN LITTLE INDIANS 

Seven little Indian boys chopping up sticks; One chopped himself in half, then 
there were six. Six little Indian boys playing with a hive; A bumblebee stung 
one, then there were five. 





Five little Indians going in for law; One got in Chancery, then 
there were four. Four little Indian boys going out to sea; A red 
herring swallowed one, then there were three. 



One little Indian boy left all alone; He went and hanged 
himself, then there were none. 




AS 

SCHOOLS 

MATCH 

WITS 



STANDING: Phil Shepardson (moderator), K. 
DeWolf, Mr. Petzold (advisor), C. Jones; 
SEATED: J. Flynn, B. Kervick, B. Wallace, 
Stone . 




MATHLETES 



1974-75 Mathletes: Dave Bates, John Crowder, Martha Dresser, John Flynn, 
Chris Jones, Bill Leonard, Bruce Stone, Dave Swift, and Sherry Sweetman. 
Mr. Granaudo directs the group, which competes with teams from other 
schools to solve difficult math problems. 



MODEL CONGRESS 




LEFT: Janis Ross, Cliff Averill, Scott Strohman, Katie Wilson, 
Sue Wilson, Dawn Clark, Debbi Trimble, Bruce Bonsall, 
Jane Wilson. Missing: Janet Powers, Norm Byron, Lucy Fisher. 



48 





The Smoke Signal is a monthly 
newspaper published by students 
under the guidance of Mrs. O'Don- 
oghue. The hard-working editors 
are, CLOCKWISE- Nancy Shea: 
Editor-in-Chief; Linda Voss: 
Features Editor; Lori Getchell: 
Activities Coordinator; Erin O'- 
Shea: Drama Coordinator; Pat 
Packard: Illustrator; Amy White; 
Faculty and Organizations Co- 
ordinator; Tracy Wolstencroft: 
Boys' Sports Coordinator; Sally 
Johnson: Girls' Sports Coordin- 
ator; Dawn Clark: News Editor; 
and Jane Burt: Assistant Business 
Manager. Missing are Bill Bauer: 
Opinion Editor; Claire McGregor: 
Sports Editor; and Elizabeth Ker- 
vick: Business Manager. 





The deadline was when??! Yesterday??! 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 



CLOCKWISE: K. Ridenour, S. Kern, J. 
Whitehill, H. Frost, L. Pianowski, G. 
Bianca, K. Pennington, K. Garvey. The 
editors would like to express their appre- 
ciation to every one that helped out 
with the Yearbook. 




■■MBMHi 





Antonia Freisfeld, from Munster, Germany, was a 
one-year exchange student at Minnechaug. 

Antonia, nicknamed Tony by her friends here, was 
on the Gymnastics Team and enjoyed other sports too, 
especially horseback riding. 

She feels, however, that Minnechaug students take 
sports too seriously and education not seriously enough. 

Comparing schools, she said that in Germany, stu- 
dents have more freedom and less homework. Also, 
most schools are not co-ed. 

She herself has studied five languages and speaks 
three fluently. After completing high school, she in- 
tends to study medicine. 

Both Tony and Mrs. Davies noted that, while there 
are distinct differences between Minnechaug and their 
own schools, there are, surprisingly enough, many 
more similarities. They enjoyed their year and broad- 
ened our exposure to other countries and cultures. 



Mrs. Thelma Davies came from England with her 
three children to be an exchange teacher this past year. 
Although there she worked as an educational specialist, 
here she taught English and American Literature, Types 
of Writing, and English II. 

In discussions she noted some of the differences be- 
tween English schools and ours. The grading system is 
different. Students do not receive letter grades during 
a term but rather are tested formally at the end of a 
course on all the material covered. The schools are 
generally smaller and students are required to take 
more subjects, as many as eight or nine. Also, dress 
codes are enforced, in some schools. 

Despite the differences, she concluded after sever- 
al months here, "Young people basically are all the 
same the world over. " 





p. 


J. 


Arduino 


D. 


Baldyga 


L. 


Bartolucci 


M 


Belanger 


W. 


Black 


A. 


Booth 


D. 


Bromley 


M 


Burgoon 


Abrahamson 


K. 


Askins 


B. 


Barker 


I. 


Bates 


D. 


Bennett 


W. 


Black 


A. 


Boucher 


A. 


Brown 


n. 


Burian 


J. Adams 


D. 


Auchter 


G. 


Barnagian 


S. 


Bates 


S. 


Bennett 


P. 


Blodgett 


R. 


Bourget 


V. 


Brown 


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Burland 


R. Alger 


R. 


Audette 


D. 


Barnes 


P. 


Bateson 


S. 


Bennett 


R. 


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Boyer 


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B. 


Bacon 


B. 


Barron 


K 


Bauer 


A. 


Bercovici 


W. 


Bond 


C. 


Brehaut 


R. 


Bunce 


K. 


Byron 


D. Anti 


L. 


Balboni 


V. 


Barsom 


T. 


Bedard 


T. 


Bishop 


C. 


Bond 


A. 


Briand 


L. 


Buoniconti 






R. Ardizzoni 




































L. Calabrese J. Chambers D. Connor C. Cote 

C. Calvert p. Chapin D. Conway S. Courtney 

L. Cambo g. Chaput J. Cooney S. Coushaine 

L. Caputo g_ Charette K. Cooney R. Crawford 

A. Cardetti £j # Chouinard p. Corriveau N. Crooker 

K. Carlin j_ Clarke D. Costello E. Crossman 
T. Cason c. Collette 
S. Cazalet j_ Collins 
E. Chambers m_ Conley 



D. Croze A. Darling 

C. M. Davis 

Cunningham P. Delaney M. Dionne 

S. Czaplicki K. Delargy C. Dizer 

C, Dalton D. Demetrius R. 

W. Danglois K. Dernavich Doldoorian 
B. Davisson T. Domey 
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C. Dickie N. Donovan L. Ellard 

B. Dickinson R. Dooley M. Ellis 

C. Douglas S. Engels 
S. Dow A. Erickson 

D. Dragon D. Esteves 
C. Dubord D. Farnham 
L. Duncan R. Farrar 
L. Duquette G. Feid 
C. Dwyer 




D. 


Ferrington 


K. Flodman 


C. 


Fredette 


K. 


Garber 


M 


Gerrard 


S. 


Goodrich 


I- 


Fidalgo 


M. Flynn 


D. 


Fuller 


K. 


Gardner 


S. 


Getchell 


R. 


Gotta 


M 


Fischer 


R. 


G. 


Fusco 


E. 


Garibian 


I. 


Glaser 


C. 


Gottsche 


M 


Fisher 


Follansbee 


B. 


Garvey 


C. 


Gatts 


T. 


Gleason 


B. 


Gousy 


B. 


Flathers 


J. Fortier 


L. 


Gadsby 


R. 


Gaudette 


c. 


Gartner 


C. 


Gordon 


S. 


Fletcher 


J. Fraser 
T. Foster 


C. 


Gatchell 


K. 


George 


c. 


Goodrich 
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R. 
D. 

J. 
S. 


Govoni 
Grassetti 
Grattan 
Gray 



M. Greco 

M. Grill 

M. Grillo 

J. Grise 

D. Grog an 

H. Groth 

P . Grover 

B. Hadley 

M. Hagopian R Hatch 



D 


Hall 


S. 


Hayn 


L. 


Hansen 


R. 


Heath 


C 


Hanson 


D. 


Hebert 


C 


Hartin 


R. 


Hellinger 


I. 


Hartman 


D. 


Henry 


T- 


Harvey 


S. 


Hesser 


R 


Harvey 


L. 


Hill 


L. 


Hassin 


D. 


Hilt 


























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C. Howard 


R. 


Irla 


G. 


Jasmin 


K. 


Jurkowski 


D. 


Kerr 


J. 


Kogut 


M. Lamotte 


W 


Lemieux 


B. Lis 


B. Howell 


D. 


Irvine 


R. 


Jernigan 


A. 


Jutkiewicz 


M. 


Kibbey 


S. 


Koziol 


P. Langone 


G. 


Lenz 


K. Little 


N. Hughes 


S. 


Jacek 


M 


Johnson 


P. 


Kane 


D. 


King 


K 


Kronholm 


M. Lannun 


D. 


Leonard 


K. Lively 


D. Humphrey 


M 


Jackson 


C. 


Jones 


S. 


Kapp 


S. 


Kirk 


M 


Krzesik 


W. Laramee 


C. 


Leone 


M. 


K. 


P. 


Jalbert 


E. 


Jones 


D. 


Ke liner 


M 


Kober 


S. 


Labine 


A. LaRiviere 


N. 


Leone 


Logomasini 


Hutchinson 


P. 


Jameson 


R. 


Jordan 


J. 


Kendrull 






S. 


Laboe 


L. Lavoie 


M 


Lepley 


H. Lombardi 


S. Ianpietro 
















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N. 
S. 
S. 


La Broad 

LaFerriere 

Laitres 


C. Leary 

M. 

Leavenworth 


L. 
E. 
L. 


Lewis 

Leyden 

Lindsay 


L. Loparde 
B. Luongo 
J. Lord 




K. Lucas T. Mangan k. McCarthy P. L. Mercure l. Michels 

D. Lousteau K. Manning s. McFarland McLaughlin d. Merrick j. 
D. Mack L. Mannix p. McGee V. McMann p. Merrill Mi 



L. Mahaffey C. Mantis 
M. Mahaney S. Manzer 
D. Mandrus R. Matonis 



E. McGee 

A. 

McGettrick 

A. 

McGranaghan 

N. Mcintosh 



V. McMann r. Merrill Mierzwinski 

S. McNulty a. Meserve k. Mikkola 

V. McRae p_ Messier 

J. Mell m. Metzer 
D. Mercure 



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J. Milbier 

C. Miller 

D. Mitchell 
N. Mitus 

S. Moriarty 
D. Morin 



S. Morris 
I . Morse 
A. Nestor 
K. Niquette 
M. 



D. Ort 

J. Ouellette 
G. Ouimet 
L. Pain 
G. Palm 



Normandeau J. Panaia 

D. Norowski D. Parker 

S. Nowak J. Pauly 

M. Cigoley L. Pavone 
W. Orland 



K. Peczka 
H. Person 

B. Pianowski 
N. Pixley 

J. Pokorny 
S. Potter 
L. Powell 

C. Powers 




M 


Quigley 


S. 


Ryder 


M 


Schmidt 


T. 


Shea 


E. Soucy 


A. 


Stark 


D. 


Strange 


M. 


T. Tobin 


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Read 


T. 


Rymasz 


E. 


Schnare 


c. 


Sheehy 


A. Sousa 


H. 


Stecher 


I. 


Sullivan 


Szydlowski 


D. Torricelli 


P. 


Reidy 


I. 


S afford 


I. 


Schneider 


A. 


Shepard 


S. 


L. 


Stirlen 


K. 


Sullivan 


W. Taft 


C. Tracy 


K. 


Reynolds 


D. 


Sampson 


R. 


Schnepp 


T. 


Scibaldi 


Southworth 


L. 


Stoeber 


W 


Sullivan 


R. Talbot 


H. 


D. 


Roberts 


E. 


Sattler 


K. 


Schott 


L. 


Skinner 


M. Sparks 


T- 


Stolki 


S. 


Swanson 


J. Tamsey 


Trevallion 


I. 


Roberts 


V. 


Saxe 


B. 


Scott 


F. 


Skrzyni arz 


J. Specht 


R. 


Stone 


K. 


Szmyt 


R. 


J. Trute 


D. 


Robinson 


F. 


Scarpelli 


T. 


Scott 


M 


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M. Stamm 










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L. 


Roulier 


R. 


Schaefer 


L. 


Semle 


C. 


Smith 












J. Tobia 




V. 


Rufo 


C. 


Schenk 


C. 


Shaw 


E. 


Smith 


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MISSING 




R. 


Allen 


D. 


Ferrington 


D. 


Benoit 


G. 


Fiore 


F„ 


Carr 


C. 


Fontaine 


R. 


Chambers 


s. 


Goodrich 


G. 


Clarke 


K. 


Giblin 


B. 


Cooney 


K. 


Gendreau 


M 


Corbishly 


B. 


Luongo 


P. 


Crowley 


R. 


Marchand 


A. 


Cusson 


P. 


Matthews 


C. 


Dunscombe 


C. 


Nichols 


L. 


Ecker 


D. 


O' Connor 


L. 


Fellows 


J. 


Przybycien 


R. 


Siebert 


T. 


Smith 


T. 


Sleith 


C 


Stroshine 


I. 


Savoie 


T 


Stolpinski 






K 


Taylor 



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Turner 


B. Wild 


S. 


Usher 


B. Wild 


S. 


Vachon 


N. Walt 


L. 


Vail 


N. Wateis 


K. 


Vance 


S. 


N. 


Vartanian 


Weatherbee 


D. 


Vigneault 


M. Webber 


L. 
Vi 


lleneuve 


L. Welson 
K. White 


N. 


Vito 


D. Williams 



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L. 


K. 


P. 


Balise 


S. Beaulieu 


J. Berenson 


P. 


Blanchard 


S. 


Boyce 


P. 


Brodeur 


A. 


Burns 


Abrahamson 


Anderholm 


K. 


Barsom 


B. Beaumier 


J. Bergeron 


D. 


Bolduc 


P. 


Boynton 


L. 


Bromley 


B. 


Burns 


N. Adams 


E. Andrews 


R. 


Bartels 


M. 


J. 


G. 


Bliss 


I. 


Brady 


G. 


Eoz 


P. 


Campion 


B. Albertson 


M. Ardolino 


E. 


Bates 


Beaumont 


Berthiaume 


D. 


Bonney 


s. 


Bradley 


S. 


Budlong 


G. 


Carestia 


P. Allen 


D. Atchinson 


K. 


Beane 


K. Becker 


R. Elton 


D. 


Booth 


s. 


Bre ady 


B. 


Bureau 


D. 


Carlson 


T. Aloisio 


B. Auchter 


D. 


Beaudry 


J. Belli 


D. 


P. 


Bourbeau 


L. 


Brennan 


M 


Burgoon 






J. Ancey 


C. Averill 






C. Belsky 


Erkhaeuser 
D. Blanchard 




















K. Carter 
C. Casale 
T. Castillo 
B. Cauley 
G. Cebula 



L. Cheetham 
S. Chichakly 
M. 

Christiansen 
K. Clark 



F. Celentano c% Collitti 

D. Chapin G- Condon 

E. Chapman 

G. Chaput 



D. Costello 
J. Coville 

C. Cowles 
A. Craig 

T. Crawford 

D. Croteau 



K. Czaplick 
E. Dakis 
J. Dalton 
K. Damiani 
L. Dansereau 



S. Day p. Dionne 

J. Dennis L. Divida 

T. Devalle S. Dodd 

M. Devine R. Dodson 

D. DeWolf B. Donati 



D. Davenport B. Dickinso D. Dorn 



D. Conery 
P. Conway 
S. Cooper 









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B. 


Fish 


Douthwright 


D. Emerson 


K 


Fitzgerald 


S. Driscoll 


D. Engel 


I. 


Florio 


T. Dubord 


M. Esteves 


L. 


Florio 


S. Duffy 


K. Fabbri 


J- 


Flynn 




D. 


J. 


Foley 




Farrington 








S. Faudree 








L. Fortini 
M. Fowler 
S. Francis 
B. Fritz 
H. Frost 
G. Galavotti 



G. Garcia 
T. Garten 
J. Garvey 
K. Garvey 
C. Gatts 
T. Gernux 



M. Gerrard 
L. Getchell 
M. Gillan 
S. Gillis 
M. Gleason 
N. Gneda 



C. Gorecki 
J. Gottsche 

D. Gould 
K. Gran 
J. Grant 

B. Grassetti 



D. Grattan 
M. Graves 
T. Gregory 
M. Gress 
M. Grover 
D. 
Grundstrom 

64 



K. Hanks 
S. Hanmer 
C. 

Hannington 
J. Harper 
D. Lewis 
S. Harrison 
M. Hassin 
B. Hastings 
J. Hastings 



M. Hastings 
J. Hayes 
D. Hebert 
D. Hebert 
M. Hebert 
C. Heeley 
T. Hetrick 
C. Hicks 
S. Hill 



K. Hilt 
M. Hinkley 
J. Hirst 
S. Holliday 
E. Hough 
J. Howard 
T. Howell 
S . How land 
B. 
Huntington 



G. Iellamo 
B. Izzo 
J. Jack 
S. Jackson 
S. Johnson 
B. Jordan 
R. Jordan 
G. Kakley 




K. Kane 
B. Keddy 
H. Kervick 
S. Kibbe 
N. King 
E. Kirk 



R. Knadler L. Labelle M. Lemieux L. Lindahl R. Lord 



L. Knak L. LaFreniere D. Leonard 

C. Kokbszyna P. Laipis A. Leone 

K. Krazesik P. Lavelle B. Lepardo 

S. Kubik N. LeBlond B. Levaki 

M. Kullberg P. Leduc D. Lewis 



J. Little 
L. 

Lomascola 
G. Long 

C. Longo 

D. Lopata 

65 



R. Lousteau 

P. Love land 

W. Luthgren 

D. Macintosh K. McCann 

L. Mack 



L. Marano 
C. Maryott 
L. Maskell 
L. Matonis 



D. McMann 
M. 

McMullen 
W. Meehan 
A. Megas 
M. Melikian 



S. McCarthy 
S. Magalhaes s. McCormick H. Menard 
K. Mangan s. McCracken H. Mercure 
N. Manning -p. McGuill M. Metzler 

T. Milbourne 



T. Milbourne 

D. Miller 

S. Miller 

D. Miller 
B. Mireavlt 

E. Misiaszek 
D . Moody 
K. Moore 




J. Morris S. Munroe T. Nodell R. O'Hagan 

J. Morgan G. Mukai T. O'Brien S. O'Neil 

L. Morse C. Nealy d. O'Conner E. O'Shea 

A. Morse J. Nelson d. O'Connor J. Osmond 

B. Mortensen G. Nessell d. O'Connor D. Orton 

J. Munsell M. m. Ogoley P. Ouellette 
Niemczyk 



B. Ouimette K. Pennington 
M. Palmioli B. Pereira 
M. Panasian R. Plugge 



K. Patric 
D. Payer 
A. Pearson 



F. Polom 
D. Polley 

G. Popovich 
L. 

Poulopoulos 
D. Powell 
B. Powers 



N. Powers D. Riga T. Russo 

J. Powers M. L. Ryder 

J. Pratt Rivenburgh S. 

E. Rauscher B. Robison St. Germain 

J. Reburn S. Roche R. St. Pierre 

S. Reed R. Rodrigues C. Santos 

W. Rich A. Rodrigues E. Satter 

S. Richter D. Rodrigues B. Sazama 

K. Ridenour B. Roth J. Scarlett 
J. Russell 




G. 


Schmuck 


D. Sheehy 


T. 


Schnepp 


R. Stolpinski 


G. 


Schott 


P . Siano 


T. 


Schubert 


B. Siebert 


P. 


Schwabe 


T. Silva 


L. 


Shankel 


W. Silveira 


W 


Shaw 


M. 


M 


Shaw 


Siniscalchi 


P. 


Sheehan 


T. Sleith 
B. Smith 



L. Smith 
P. Smith 
S. Smith 
D. Soucie 
D. Spencer 
C. Stamm 
K. Stelzer 
B. Stephens 
M. Stevens 



Chuckles the 

Clown 
W. Stiles 
D. Strahan 
S. Strohman 
M. Stzempek 
K. Sullivan 
T. Sweeny 
A. Swift 
V. Switzer 



V. Switzer D. Trow m. Verani J. Warner A. White 

P. Szmyt E. Trybus d. Veto J. Wells D. Wilbour 

K. Taylor d. Tucker d. Veto R. Westberg S. Williams 

C. Tobia n. Twining k. Voss D. Wentwortl B. Wilson 

A. Tiboni t. Vakel c. Wallace L. Wentworth T. Wilson 

P. Tippett l. Vautrain j. Wark D. Whipple 





N. Wilson 

B. Wojnicki 
J. Wolcott 
L. Wolfe 

C. Wytas 
M. Zorzi 
S. Carlson 
Bozo the 
Clown 



MISSING 


B. Abar 


T. leliamo 


D. Allard 


D. Novak 


C. Bach 


R. Oakes 


B. Balboni 


T. Owens 


C. Bartolucci 


G. Perman 


K. Berard 


M. Palmiolo 


S. Berthiaume 


K. Reardon 


D. Francis 


J. Potter 


K. Gaudreau 


J. Richter 


T. Geary 


N. St. Germain 


V. Guiel 


D. Savoie 


D. Gwozdz 


S. Setian 


E. Habermehl 


A. Shepard 


M. Harper 


L. Shields 


M. Harrica 


L. Stark 


K. Heroux 


L. Struzziero 


L. Holley 


S. Von Flatern 




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M 


Audette 


B. 


Batista 


G. 


Belli 


K 


Biskup 


S. 


Boyd 


M. 


Budynkiewicz 


S. 


Burian 


S. 


Carlson 


D. 


Accardo 


a. 


Averill 


P. 


Bauer 


T- 


Benedict 


K 


Boilard 


I. 


Boyer 


M. 


Bugbee 


R. 


Byrne 


D 


Carlson 


K. 


Adam 


s. 


Bacon 


C. 


Beach 


M 


Berard 


B. 


Bonsall 


s. 




C. 


Bulat 


G. 


Calabrese 


C. 


Cazalet 


1. 


Allen 


b. 


rsagge 


B. 


Beaumier 


L. 


Bernet 


T- 


Bordenuk 


p. 


Brisbois 


c. 


Bump 


T. 


Caney 


T. 


Chapin 


L». 


Walton 


J. 


Balise 


H. 


Becker 


K. 


Berard 


V. 


Bortolussi 


r> 




K. 


Burdick 


E. 


Cardetti 






W. 


Arsenault 


K 


Barron 


D. 


Begley 


M 


Bielitz 


P. 


Bourcier 


E. 


Buckley 


R. 


Bureau 


C. 


Carlin 








J. Chouinard R. Corriveau D. Dane N. Desnoyers T. Dooley R. 

L. Chute E. Cosby N. Darling B, Devalle P. Dooley R. 

K. Clifford D. Courtney K. Davis M. Domanowski M. Dorsetti C. 

J. Colburn C. Coushaine C. Debonis K. Connelly p. Douthwright K. 

A. Coleman R. Covel R. Decoteau P. Dodd G. Dragon D. 

N. Comaskey T. Crossman J. Delgrego D. Donovan D. Dragon S. 

M. Conway B. Crowley 

P. Cooney J- Croze 

C. Cordner P. Daigneault 71 



Downey A. Eastern 

Dufresne C. Ellard 

Dunklee C. Engel 

Dunn J. Evans 

Durgarian K. Frost 

Dziura A. Freisfeld T. Festa 
B. Filiault 
J. Fione 
L. Fisher 



D. Fredette T. Fives 
T. Francis J- Follansbee 
J. Foster P- Ga< ^ b V . 

M. Fongemie c - Galavotti 
S. Farrell T. Galhm 



C. Gardell 
W. Gaudreau 
B. Gendreau 




K. Gendreau T. Gleason 
D. Gernux M. Godfrey 



B. Gibson 
M. Giles 
D. Giles 
T. Gleason 



L. Godin 
L. Goncalves 
E. Goodreau 
M. Gotta 



R. Goudreau 

A. Gouvan 

J . Go wing 

A. Graham G. Grindle 

G. Gramarossa D. Grogan 

J. Grant B. Groth 



Henry 
Heroux 



P. Gregoire Y. Guilmain J. Harlow 
M. Gregoire K. Guiness J. Harper 
D. Grilli V. Haggerty B. Harrington }■ Higgins 
J. Hammond B. Harwood P- Hillsburg 
C. Hanson A. Hassin 
R. Hardwicke D. Hatch 
W. Hayn 
C. Heiney 



72 



J. Ingraham S. Jones 

L. Isham E. Jordan 

T. Jackson J. Jordan 

K. Jacque R. Jordan 

S. Jameson K. Jurkowski 

S. HLuschewskij D. Johnson T. Kasper 

S. Hluschewskij C. Johnson M. Keddy 

H. House C. Johnson S. Kern 



K. Hinch 



A. Hellinger C. Hutchinson C. Jones 




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B. Kibbe E. Kronholm 
B. King L. Krzynowek 

W. Klein M. Kszepka 
L. Kokkalis H. Kwapisinski 
P. Kolbusz j. Lafleur 
H. Kossick L. Lafreniere 



P. Laitres B. Lefebvre T. Lynch M. MatMeu 

N. Lambert B. Leonard B. Majkut b. McCormick 

G. Lamotte D. Littorin K. Manning a. McCracken 

M. Laramee M. Lopata V. Manzer A. McDonald 

M. LaVallee L. Love P. Marchand g. McGregor 

M. Laware W. Lynch M. Markham p. McGranaghan 

T. Lynch J. Mclnnes 

73 D. McKay 
E. Mentzen 



C. Merrick 
F. Miller 
J. Morell 
K. Mori arty 

D. Morin 

B. Mortensen 
M. Mullen 
P. Murphy 
J. Murphy 



R. Narreau 
K. Nauman 
M. Nevins 
J. Nichols 
K. Nichols 
J. Nickerson 
A. Nietupski 
D. Bobbes 
J. Nowak 
P. Oades 



S. O'Brien 
T. O'Brien 
M. Officer 
K. Opalinski 
S. Orluk 
P. Packard 




S. Painter 
J. Pappas 
L. Patruno 
S. Payson 
J. Perez 



R. Peterson 
C. Phillips 

A. Piaget 

L Pianowski 

B. Pickett 



G. Perman L. St. Pierre 



M. Piligian J. Quackenbush W. Roberts R. Ryan 

C. Pirog S. Reddington L. Roncarati R. Ryder 

J. Porter c. Reed S. Ross 

K. Pothul D. Reed K. Ross 

B. Poulin J. Reed M. Rovelli 

F. Pugliano p. Rene J. Rugg 



M. Shlosser J. Sigler J. Smith 

D. Scott P. Silva R. Stamm 

D. Sears S. Silva J. Starr 

G. Sears M. Simonoco jm_ $t. Germain 

S. Semle S. Slatcher §_ Stoeber 

D. Schneidei R. Sherman B. Sleeper 

J. Schubert S. Shaw R. Sleeper 

B. Schubert S. Shepard A. Smith 

D. Sclafani D. Corey D - Smith 



K. Saxe 
W. Shakel 
B. Schenk 



R. Stolarik 
J. Stone 
M. Strange 




C. Struzziero 
K. Sullivan 
S. Sweetman 

D. Swift 

B. Taylor 

C. Therrien 
R. Thomas 
M. Meehan 



C. Tucker J. Whipple 

D. Usher J. Whitehall 
C. Valentine L. Wicket 
R. Villano D. Wilk 

M. Van S. Wilson 

Amsterdam q, Wilson 
R. Vonflatem t. 

U. Walton Wolstencroft 

J. Wawrzvk T.'Wood 



R. 

Worthington 

P. Wylie 
J. Yazel 
J. Ziemba 
R. Taylor 
76' 

G. Fiore 78' 
C. Labelle 
78' 








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1974 FOOTBALL TEAM: FIRST ROW, L. TO R. : T. Mehlich, R. Shaw, P. Pappas, M. St. Germain, B. Buchholz, P. Bachmann, 
M. Crowley, W. Posley, M. Dodson, M. Gray, S. Bergeron, J. Schnepp, W. Kissel, SECOND ROW: R. DeValle, M. Budynkiwicz, 
T. O'Brien, J.Perez, R. Ryan, P. Villano, J. Zazel, S. Brennan, D. Gernux, V. Haggerty, M. Strange, K. Quackenbush, G. 
Davis. THIRD ROW: T. Schnepp, G. Mukai, G. Cebula, E. Misiaszek, M. Melikian, J. Ancey, T. Schubert, D. Massida, J. Pow- 
is, Coach Campbell, M. Keddy (mgr. ). FOURTH ROW: J. Harper, Coach Deslauriers, M. DeVine, S. Brady, S. Faudree, A. 
Morse, B. Roth, R. Farrar, Coach Miller. 










SENIORS, LEFT TO RIGHT, 
BOTTOM ROW: Tom Mehlich, 
Mike Dodson, Bruce Buchholz, 
Pete Bachmann, Mike St. Ger- 
main, Bill Kissel, Bob Shaw. 
SECOND ROW: John Schnepp, 
Matt Gray, Peter Pappas, Mike 
Crowley, Bill Posley, Steve 
Bergeron. 



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FIRST ROW: K. Hinch, L. Patruno, L. 
Ferry, T. Russo, K. Fabbri, P. Blod- 
gett, S. Fletcher, M. Grille-, A. 
Megas. SECOND ROW: K. Mangan, L. 
Maskell, L. Godin, M. Audette, M. 
Lavallee, K. Kober (captain), S. Ben- 
nett, (captain), L. Lindahl, A. Le- 
one, P. McGranaghan, B. LeFebvre, 
THIRD ROW: D. Trow (mgr. ), Erin 
O'Shea, T. Mangan, M. Verani, A. 
Swift, B. Jordan, K. Flodman, A. 
McGranaghan, P. Boynton, L. Cam- 
bo, C. Leone, L. Buoniconti, T. 
Owens (mgr. ). Missing: D. Van Horn 
(mgr. ). 




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This year's varsity soccer team made it 
into the Western Mass. finals. IN FRONT 
ARE T. Leone and D. Robinson. FIRST 
ROW (L-R): K. Horton, A. Hellinger, E. 
Chapman, W. Silvera, E. Sheehan, B. 
Melikian, B. Siebert, D. Reed, D. Giles, 
J. Whipple, B. Mitchell. SECOND ROW: 
Coach Whalen, R. Stolarik, S. Cooper, 
P. Cilley, R. DeSanti, A. Hanmer, J. 
Porter, M. Ziegenhagen, B. Bauer, T. 
Kinner, J. Sigler. 





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THEJ.V. TEAM: FRONT: R. Rodrigues. FIRST ROW (L-R): D. Moody, J. Morgan, 
R. Thomas, H. Frost, M. Grover, P. Dionne, S. Francis, B. Cauley, K. Ross, B. 
Bureau. SECOND ROW: Coach Morgan, B. McCormick, K. Manning, M. Burgoon, 
T. Gernux, B. Donati, B. Fish, S. Hluschewskyj, A. Tiboni, B. Taylor, B. Meehan, 
T. Sweeney. 








GIRLS SWIM TEAM, 1st ROW, LEFT 
TO RIGHT: N. Raymond, C. Dunn, 
J. McGuill. 2nd ROW, LEFT TO 
RIGHT: J. Smith, J. Grant, B. 
Carpenter, P. Cooney, S. Stoeber, 
K. Frost, C. Struzziero, K. Ort, M. 
Kirby, L. Desotell, S. Shaw, C. 
Beach. 3rd ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: 
M. Fowler, S. Johnson, L. Shankel, 
S. Doten, L. Florio, K. Sullivan, J. 
Long, S. McCarthy, G. McRae, L. 
Struzziero, J. Wolcott. 4th ROW 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Cascio, E. 
Carr, E. Magee, N. Leone, T. Kr- 
onholm, D. King, L. Wilson, L. 
Stoeber, C. Calvert, P. McLaughlin, 
M. Kirby, D. Kerr, N. Hughes, K. 
Cooney, Miss Lynch, R. Boissey. 



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CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: 
FRONT LEFT TO RIGHT: 
D. Tucker, M. Siniscal- 
chi, M. Gotta, M. Stev- 
ens, J. Brennan, B. Ick- 
rath, E. Kirk. SECOND 
ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: 
M. Belanger, H. Darling, 
B. Merrill, J. Mell, T. 
Crossman, N. LaBlond. 
THIRD ROW, LEFT TO 
RIGHT: Coach Bamford, 
D. Lousteau, B. Buckley, 
J. Scarlett, H. Stecher, 
G. Garber, Coach Ken- 
nedy, Missing: J. Cha- 
pin, J. Stone. 




W I N T E R 



S P O R T S 




93 




FRONT ROW L. TO R. , S. Boyd, T. 
Bates (capt. ), B. Shaw, B. Majkut, 
J. Foley, T. Willey, B. King (A. 
Capt.), J. Balise, BACK ROW L. TO 
R. , Coach Kennedy, S. Reddington, 
B. Abrahamson, R. Rodrigues, E. 
Hough, W. Silveira, T. Sweeney, 
D. Costello, S. Kibbe, AL. Missing, 
G. Palm, M. Jachym. 




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VARSITY HOCKEY 



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FRONT ROW, L-R: L. Mercure, N. Mcintosh, B. Robison, J. Powers, S. Richter, 
H. Mercure, K. Voss. SECOND ROW: Coach Overgaard, C. Hicks, M. Panasian, D. 
Norowski, L. Holley, D. Mack, P. Laitres, E. Buckley, S. Hluschewskyj . 







GIRLS 1 GYM TEAM: FRONT ROW, L-R: M. L 1 Annunziata, S. Bates, P. Blodgett, R. 
Siebert, C. Bond, P. McLaughlin, M. Grill, M. Donovan. SECOND ROW: Miss Cas- 
cio, J. Wolcott, M. Kirby, N. Raymond, J. McGuill, L. Desotell, J. Jack, T. Freis- 
feld, L. Fortini, Miss Lynch. 




FIRST ROW: G. Lam- 
otte, M. Lemieux, E. 
Cardetti, B. Wallace 
(capt. ) T. Grossman, E. 
Forni. SECOND ROW: S. 
Courtney, C. Cazalet, ]. 
Foster, S. St. Germain, 
J. Wolcott, T. McGuill, 
O. Milbourne. THIRD 
ROW: Mr. Morgan 
(coach), K. Stelzer, P. 
Gaynor, E. Byron, S. 
Morris, P. Lemieux, K. 
Gaynor, W. Black, T. 
Gallagher (coach). Mis- 
sing: C. Hebert (capt. ), 
D. Fernandes, C. Hill, 
F. Miller, S. Francis, E. 
Kronholm. 




BOYS' GYMNASTICS 



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BOYS' SKI TEAM: D. 
Tucker, J. Harper, B. 
Lis, M. Boilard, J. Por- 
ter, G. Ciocci, M. Spag- 
noli, captain, L. Haber- 
mehl, manager, J. Col- 
lins, A. Hanmer, R. 
Decoteau, Coach Sousa, 
D. Orton, M Corbishley. 



SKI TEAM 




1975 VARSITY GIRLS' 
SKI TEAM: Sue Stoeber 
and Barb Gibson (co- 
captains). Betsy Jordan, 
Robin Burgess, Linda 
Abrahamson, Lisa Cam- 
bo, Pat Cooney, Carol 
Tucker, Ann McGranag- 
han, Karen Davis, Patty 
McGranaghan, Carol De- 
bonis. Missing: Jody Jor- 
dan and Jill Smith. 







STANDING: Carrie Cordner, Gina Belli, Kathy Donnelly, Debbie McKay, Joanne In- 
graham. KNEELING: Kim Patric, Terry Lynch (co-captain), Debbie Nascimbeni, 
Wendy Reed, (co-captain), Cheryl Wytas. 




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SPLITS: Cathy Gala- 
votti and Pam Szmyt 
(co-captains). SEC- 
OND ROW: Ginger 
Galavotti, Caryl Tobia, 
Karen Garvey, Kathy 
Krzesik, Carol Hanson. 
TOP ROW: Lee Poulo- 
poulos, Sherry Labine, 
Barbara Barron. Missing: 
Lori Vale. 



BOYS' SWIM TEAM 




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BOTTOM ROW: LEFT TO RIGHT: G. 
Garber, J. Sigler, A. Smith, W. Carl- 
son, S. Semle, captain; S. Olsen, M. 
Officer, A. Fowler; SECOND ROW: C. 
Dunklee, T. Allen, P. Oades, M. 
Mercier, K. Horton, W. Harris, T. 
Devalle, C. Powers, H. Frost, C. Mil- 
ler, K. McCarthy; THIRD ROW: D. 
Birkhauser, T. Allen, G. Garcia, S. 
Jones, S. Carlson, S. Gillis, D. Payer, 
B. Wilson, D. Robinson; LAST ROW: 
Coach Worthley, B. Smith, P. Blan- 
chard, K. Zimmerman, S. Duffy, A. 
Ericson, S. Boyce, E. Kirk, S. Cooper, 
Coach Miller. 




10 WINS 3 LOSSES 




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VARSITY: FIRST ROW, L-R: T. Kasper, M. Murphy, K. Fabbri. SECOND 
ROW: D. Demetrius, D. Wentworth, P. Mierzwinski, M. Hinkley, M. Shaw. 
Missing: Coach Bucknell, C. Colitti. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: UNDEFEATED 




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VARSITY; FRONT ROW, L-R: B. Stamm, D. Scott, B. Posley, P. Bachmann, J. 
Lepley. SECOND ROW: Coach Girotti, M. Devine, D. Gernux, D. Allen, T. Cebula, 
S. Brown, M. Strange, J. Williams. 





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STEVE ABAR 
35 Walnut Rd. , 
Hampden, Mass. 



LYNN ACKERMAN 
270 Wilbraham Rd. , 

Hampden 
"Serendipity" Student 
Hostess 2, 3, 4; Western 
Mass. Honor Chorus 2, 
3, 4; Choralyres 2, 3, 4; 
Freshman Chorus 1; 
Folk Festival 1 . 



ANITA ADAMCZYK 

(Nita) 
11 Charles St., 

Hampden 
"Friends are people who 
know you and are still 
your friends. " Library 
Aide 1,2; Guidance 
Aide 2. 



DONNA ADAMS (Obey) 
655 Glendale Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"GREAT" 



DAVID ALLEN (Air 

Ball Allen) 
2 Park Drive, 

Wilbraham 
Football 1; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Baseball 2. 




CLASS OFFICERS 



Nancy Shea-vice-president 







CHRISTINE ALOISIO 


JEFF ANDERHOLM 


JAMES AXTELL (Ack) 


PETER BACHMANN 


LAURIE BALBONI 




(Chris) 


28 Fernwood Dr. , 


674 Main St. , 


7 Old Orchard Rd. , 


252 Monson Rd. , 




11 Sylvan Dr. , 


Wilbraham 


Hampden 


Wilbraham 


Wilbraham 




Wilbraham 


"Take it easy-and if it 


Football 1; Hockey 1, 




Syncho 1,2, 3,4; Stu- 






comes easy take it 


2. 




dent Hostess 3, 4. 






twice. " Drama 3, 4; 












J. V. Soccer 2; 












P.A.V.A.S. 2,3,4; 












Talent Show 4; Year- 












book Photographer 4; 












Arts Symposium 3; 












Spring Play 3. 


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DEBORAH ANN 

BALDYGA (Debbie) 
7 Pine Drive, 

Wilbraham 



MARK BARBARO 

(Harry) 
7 Mountainview St. 

Wilbraham 



MIKE BARBARO 
7 Mountainview St. 
Wilbraham 



JOAN A. BARRY (JONI) 
3 Rose Circle, 
Hampden 



DAVID BATES 
222 Glendale Rd. , 

Hampden 
Concert Band 1,2, 3,4; 
Marching Band 1; Pep 
Band 3, 4; Swing Band 
2; Mathletes 4; Year- 
book Staff 4. 




Robin Kronholm-secretary 



Linda Voss-treasurer 





THOMAS BATES 

448 Dipping Hole Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Soccer 
1.2. 



WILLIAM BAUER 
3 Delmor Ave. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3; Golf 1,2,3, 
4; Junior Classical 
League 3, 4; SMOKE 
SIGNAL Reporter 1,2, 
3, 4; Editor SMOKE 
SIGNAL 3, 4; Student 
Council 1,2,3,4; Dis- 
cipline Committee 1, 
2. 



JAMIE J. BEAUDRY 

(J.B.^ 
16 Bolles Rd. , 
Wilbraham 



LYNN BEAULIEU 
21 Joan St. , 

Wilbraham 
Student Council 3. 



SUSAN N. BENNETT 

(Sue) 
9 Northwood Drive, 

Wilbraham 
Activity Committee 3; 
Student Hostess 3, 4; 
Field Hockey Team 
(tri-captain) 4. 



STEVEN BERGERON 



SUSAN BLACK (Sue) 
105 Bennett Rd., 
Hampden 



MICHAEL R. BOLLARD 
2 Brooklawn Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1; Hockey 2; 
Skiing 3, 4. 



E. KIMERLEY BOOTH 

(Kim) 
2 Shirley St. , 

Wilbraham 
Swimming 1, 2, 3; Gym- 
nastics 1, 2, 3, 4; 
P.A.V.A.S. 



MARY A. BOOTH 

(Mar) 
10 Sawmill Dr., 

Wilbraham 
"Wanna Skip? No 
Way!" Volleyball 1. 




CLASS CLOWNS: L. Balboni and T. Leone. 




MOST SPIRITED: N. Shea and M. Gray. 



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CINDY BORDENUK 

(Cindy) 
68 Monson Rd, 

Wilbraham 



DAVID BOS WORTH 



WILLIAM BOWERS 



116 



JOHN BRENNAN 
24 Fernwood Dr. , 

Hampden 
Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 
4; Track 1,2,3,4. 



DEBORAH ANNE 

BRODEUR 
16 Fernwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"Life is full of simple 
pleasures" 






SUSAN ANN BROMAGE 
7 Russell Rd. , 
Wilbraham 



PATRICIA MARIE 

BROMLEY 
6 Daniele Drive, 

Wilbraham 
Stage Crew 3,4. 



STEPHEN BROWN 
3 Russell Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Basketball 1,2,3,4. 



BRUCE BUCHHOLZ 
3 Porter Dr. , 
Wilbraham 
Football 1, 2, 3,4; 
Swimming 1,2,3,4; 
Golf 1,2,3,4. 



ROBERT L. 

BUCKLEY JR. (BUCK) 
8 Hemingway Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Cross Country 4. 




NICEST EYES: D. Brodeur and T. Leone 
(Missing: M. Ross). 





ROBIN BURGESS 
79 Chapin Rd. , 

Hampden 
Ski Team 1,2,3,4. 



JANE BURT 

186 Bennett Rd. , 

Hampden 
Freshmen Chorus lj 
Choralyres 2, 3; P. A. 
V.A.S. 3,4; Quill and 
Scroll 3,4; Smoke Sig- 
nal 3,4; Swim Team 
2; Syncho 1,2,3,4. 



LOIS BUTLER 
427 Soule Rd., 

Wilbraham 
Drill Team 2; 
Guidance 2. 



NORMAN BYRON 
254 Ames Rd. , 

Hampden 
"Death be not Proud" 
Pep Band 3,4; Concert 
Band 3,4; Yearbook 
Staff 4; In house open 
campus advisory board 
3; Tech crew 4. 



KEVIN CAMPION (KEV) 
9 South Park Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Leaders Corps 3,4; 
Yearbook Business 
Manager 4. 



KATHLEEN CARR 
14 Brentwood Dr. , 
Wilbraham 



JOHN CAULEY (Jay) 
12 Raymond Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Swimming Team 2, 3, 
4. 



THOMAS C. CEBULA 

(Tom) 
450 Stony Hill Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Basketball 1,2,3,4. 



JAMES C. CHAMBERS 

(Jim) 
35 Brookside Dr. , 

Wilbraham 



LINDA DAWN 

CHAPUT (Homer) 
952 Main, Wilbraham 
"Friendship" 




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DONE MOST FOR CLASS: 
J. Wright and J. Crowder. 




CLASS DRAMATIST: 
C. Whitehill and R. Scott. 





BONNIE CHICHAKLY 



PAUL CILLEY 
13 Edward St., 

Hampden 
Basketball 1; Soccer 1, 
2, 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3, 
4. 



GARY CIOCCI 
26 Brooklawn Rd. 

Wilbraham 
Ski Team 4. 



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DAWN CLARK 
32 Oak Knoll Dr. 
Hampden 



JOHN CLARKE 
29 Longview Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1; Swim Team 
1. 



LISA CLIFFORD 

26 Chestnut Hill Rd. , 

Hampden 
Gymnastics 1; Syncho 
1,2,3,4. 



THOMAS COLLINS 



DAVID CONDON 
9 Melikian Dr. , 
Wilbraham 



JOHN CONWAY 



PATRICIA L. COOMBS 

(Tricia) 
26 West Colonial Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"Today is the first day 
of the rest of your life" 
Syncho 2, 3, 4; Student 
Hostess 3, 4; Stage 
Crew 2, 4; JCL 4. 





LAUREL AND 
HARDY: E. Subjek 
and S. Pianowski 
(LEFT). MOST 
LIKELY TO SUC- 
CEED: N. Shea and 
B. Wallace (RIGHT). 





CELESTE ANN 

CORBIEL 
7 Lee Lane, Wilbraham 
"I don't know" 



CHRISTINE COTE 



JACQUELINE MARIE 

COTE (Jackie) 
1335 Tinkham Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Stage Crew, 1,2; Stu- 
dent Hostess 2,3,4; Drill 
Team (Co-Captain) 2, 
3; Syncho 2,3,4; Office 
Aid 3. 



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CYNTHIA COUSHAINE 

(Cindy) 
14 Woodland Dell Rd. , 

Wilbraham 



LARRY CROTEAU 
28 Brookmont Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Hockey 3, 4. 



JOHN R. CROWDER 

JR. 

55 Decorie Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 1,2; 
Class President 1,2; 
Mathletes 4. 



MICHAEL J. CROWLEY 
3 Park Dr. , Wilbraham 
Football 1,3,4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Chess Team 
2,3,4. 



JEAN MARIE CURLEY 
28 Mountainbrook Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"Sorrta, Kinda, not 
really" 



LINDA D' AMOURS 
17 WehrRd., 

Hampden 
Gymnastics 1,2; Leader 
Corps 3, 4; Gymnastics 
Manager 3. 



ALAN DAVISSON 
17 Devonshire Dr., 

Wilbraham 
Chess Club 3, 4; Chess 
Team 4. 





BIGGEST EATERS: 
N. Shea and M. 
St. Germain 
(LEFT). CLASS 
MUSICIANS: J. 
Dow (missing J. 
Taylor) Right. 





LORETTA DAY 
40 Echo Valley Dr. , 
Hampden 



CHERYL DEFALCO 
20 Manchonis Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"If you enjoy what you 
are doing keep on doing 
it" Softball 1. 



PAMELA C. DELGREGO 

(Pam) 
104 Burleigh Rd., 

Wilbraham 
"Live while you live 
and then die and be 
done with it" Freshman 
one acts; Drill Team 
2, 3; Student Hostess 3, 
4; Chorus 3, 4; Choral- 
yres 3, 4; Senior Chorus 
4; Co-Chairman Chorus 
for Arts Symposium 4; 
Student Council 4. 
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PATRICIA A. 

DELGREGO (Patti) 
104 Burleigh Rd. , 

Wilbraham 



DONNA LEE 

DEMETRRJS (Dee, 

Bozo) 
99 Bennett Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"I'll drink to that" 
P.A.V.A.S. 3,4; Stu- 
dent Hostess 3, 4; Tal- 
ent Show 2, 3, 4; Folk 
Festival 2, 3, 4; Choral- 
yres 2; Fr. Chorus 1; 
Field Hockey 2; Bas- 
ketball 3; Arts Sympos- 
ium 2, 3, 4. 



RICHARD DESANTI 

(Rick) 
803 Tinkham Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1, 2, 3,4, Bas- 
ketball 1. 



RENEE DESNOYERS 



LEEANN S. DESOTELL 

(Lee) 
345 Chapin Rd. , 

Hampden 
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Swimming 3, 4; Leader 
Corps 3, 4; PAVAS 4; 
Track 2. 



KAREN DIANE DEWOLF 
787 Tinkham Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"Have a nice rest of 
the day" One -Acts 1, 

2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, 
4; Winter Play 2, 3, 4; 
Spring Play 2, 3, 4; 
PAVAS 3, 4; Library 
Aide 1 ; English Aide 2, 

3, 4; Model Congress 
3,4; As Schools Match 
Wits 4; Astronomy 
Club 3. 



MICHAEL DODSON 
19 Westwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Baseball 2; Football 1, 
3,4. 




MOST ARTISTIC: 
S. Handel and M. Piaget. 



QUIETEST: 
R. Kibbe (Missing C. Metayer). 





MICHELE DOLLER 
336 Wilbraham Rd. 
Hampden 



GEORGE DORSETT 
26 Pleasantview Rd. 
Wilbraham 



DAN DOUTHWRIGHT 
651 Stony Hill Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Leader Corps 3: Tennis 
3, 4. 



JERILYN R. DOW(Jeri) 
9 Fairview Rd. 

Wilbraham 
"Make everything you 
do your masterpiece" 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Choralyres 2,3,4 Fr. 
Chorus Western District 
1,4 Swing Band 2 Tal- 
ent Show 2,3,4 Pep 
Marching Band 1,2,3, 
4 Leader Corps 3,4 
Student Hostess 3,4 
Folk Festival 1,2,3,4 
Arts Symposium 1,4 



NEIL DOWNEY 
308 Somers Rd. 
Hampden 



MARTHA JEAN 

DRESSER 
481 Dipping Hole Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
PAVAS 3, 4; Student 
Hostess 3, 4; Girls 1 
Leader Corps 3, 4; 
Mathletes 3, 4; Model 
Congress 3, 4; Syncho 
3, 4: Drill Team 2, 3. 



CAROL DRISCOLL 

(Noochess) 
773 Main St. , 

Wilbraham 
Swim Team 3 
book 3, 4. 



Year- 



JEAN DRISCOLL 



CHERYL DUNN 
26 Wright Place, 

Wilbraham 
Swim Team 1,2, 3,4; 
Basketball 1; Softball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders Corp 
3,4. 



CYNTHIA DWYER 

(Cindy) 
17 Pidgeon Dr., 

Wilbraham 
"You turkey" One Acts 

1, 2, 3; Make-up Chair- 
man 4; Spring Play 1, 2; 
Track Team 3, 4; Chor- 
alyres 1,2,3; PAVAS 

2, 3, 4. 




CLASS EINSTEINS: L. Remsberg and D. Bates. 



CLASS COUPLE: S. Leary and M. St. Germain 





LORI ELLARD 



DOREEN ELLITHORPE 

(Doe) 
2 Wellfleet Dr., 

Wilbraham 
"God Bless" Leaders 
Corps 3. 



PHIL ERTEL (Phil) 
116 Sessions Dr. , 

Hampden 
A.V. Aide 2,3,4. 



BARBARA FABBRI 
50 Martin Farms Rd. 
Hampden 



MARK FERRI 
11 Greenwood Rd. 
Wilbraham 



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CHERYL ANN FERRIER 
15 Brentwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Stage Crew 1; Student 
Council 1 ; Cinema 
Studies Club 3; Drill 
Team 3; Student Host- 
ess 3, 4; Lab Aide 2. 



MICHAEL FIDALGO 



ANDREW FISHER 

(Andy) 
16 Fisher Lane, 

Hampden 
"Unreal" 



PATTY FITZGERALD 
3 Pidgeon Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Girls' Softball 1. 



JOHN FLYNN (Mickey 

Mouse) 
256 North Rd. , 

Hampden 
"Erin go bragh!" Boys' 
State 3; Student Coun- 
cil 2, 4; As Schools 
Match Wits 3, 4; Chess 
Team 2, 3, 4; Tennis 
Team 3; Mathletes 4. 




MOST INDIVIDUALISTIC: M. Thodal and E. Pieniak. 



NICEST HAIR: K. Booth and T. Mehlich. 





MAUREEN FLYNN 

(Mufa) 
214 North Rd., 

Hampden 



ERIC MARK FORNI 

(Rick) 
69 Oak Knoll Dr. , 

Hampden 
"Get high" Gymnastics 
2, 3, 4. 



SARAH FOSTER 
122 Chapin Rd. , 

Hampden 
"Don't worry about it. 
Gymnastics 1,2. 



ANDERSON B. FOWLER 

(Andy) 
17 Oldwood Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Swim Team 3, 4. 



DEBRA FULLER 
5 Shady Lane, 
Wilbraham 
One -Acts 1; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Folk Fest- 
ival 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Sym- 
posium 2, 3, 4; PAVAS 
3, 4; Model Congress 3, 
4; English Aide 2, 3, 4; 
FT A 2; Costuming -The 
Crucible 3. 



DEBORAH GALLANT 
18 Stirling Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
J.V. Cheerleader 1,2; 
Co -Captain 2; Leader 
Corps 3; Student Host- 
ess 3, 4. 



MICHAEL GALLINI 

(Mike) 
5 Shirley St. , 

Wilbraham 
Football 1. 



GREG GARBER 
529 Main St. , 
Wilbraham 
"May a diseased yak 
lick your twinkie" Ten- 
nis 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 
1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 
4. 



RICHARD L. GARBUS 

(Rick) 
20 Brookmont Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"The greater part of 
what my neighbors call 
•good I believe in my 
soul to be evil, and if 
I repent of anything, it 
is very likely to be my 
good behavior. What 
demon possessed me 
that I behaved so well? 
Soccer 1; Tennis 1; 
Smoke Signal 2, 3; Var- 
sity Tennis 2, 3, 4. 



CAROL GARLICK 

(Onion) 
4 Pearl Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"What the... ?" 







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SHORTEST GIRL: 
T. Rodrigues 
TALLEST BOY: 
T. Cebula 
PRETTIEST: D. 
Brodeur HAND- . 
SOMEST: E. 
Pieniak BEST 
FIGURE: D. Sch- 
ubach BEST 
PHYSIQUE: D. 
Fernandes. 





LAURIE GIBSON 
35 Charles St. , 
Hampden 



RICHARD D. GIBSON 

(Chico) 
13 Southwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"Olaf" Tennis 2,4; 
Track 1; Tech Drama 
2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2; 
PAVAS 4. 



CHRISTINE MARIE 

GILLIS 
8 Meeting House Lane, 

Wilbraham 
Swim Team 1, 2, 3; 
Syncho 1, 2, 3,4; Year- 
book Staff 2, 3; Student 
Hostess 3, 4; Activity 
Committee 2, 3,4. 



ANDREW GLASER 

(Andy) 
46 Bayberry Rd. , 

Hampden 



LAURETTA B. GNEDA 
182 Raymond Dr., 

Hampden 
Student Hostess 3, 4; 
Nursery School 3. 



TINA MARIE 

GOODREAU 
12 Rose Circle, 

Hampden 
"I did not hear the 
words you said; instead 
I heard the love. " 
PAVAS 3, 4; Leaders 
Corps 3, 4; Nursery 
School 3, 4; Girls' 
Varsity Basketball 2; 
Talent Show 4; One 
Act Plays 3. 



LAURIE GOODWIN 



CHERYL GOTTSCHE 



ELLEN L. GRACE 
8 Wilbraview Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"Crap" Freshman 
Chorus 1; Choralyres 
2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2; 
Drill Team 2; PAVAS 
2, 3, 4; Western District 
Chorus 3, 4; Western 
Mass. Honor Chorus 2, 
3,4; F.T.A. 2; "Fid- 
dler On the Roof" 1; 
"My Fair Lady" 2; Folk 
Festival 3, 4; 



MATTHEW GRAY 
18 Brookside Circle, 

Wilbraham 
Football 1,2, 3,4. 




MISSING: MOST ATHLETIC: L. Desotell and P. Bachmann 
MOST MISCHIEVOUS: B. Fabbri and M. Spagnoli NICEST 
SMILES: W. Reed and P. Cilley BEST DRESSED: S. Hough and 
T. Bates CLASS FLIRTS: R. Burgess and M. Dodson CUTEST: 
M. Kirby and P. Cilley HOT RODDERS: J. Beaudry and J. 
Harris FUNNIEST LAUGH: J. Burt and T. Leone. 





CHERYL GREEN 

(Greenie) 
18 Scenic Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"Freedom" 



JOHN GRESS 
1127 Glendale Rd. 
Wilbraham 



ELIZABETH JANE 

GRILLO (Betty) 

19 Oldwood Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Entered fall '73; Stu- 
dent Hostess 4; Year- 
book 4. 



LORI GURECKI 



MIKE GWOZDZ 



SALLY HANDEL 
107 Springfield St., 

Wilbraham 
Band 1, 2, 3,4; Student 
Hostess 3; Leader Corps 
3; Marching Band 1, 2; 
PAVAS 4; Student Coun- 
cil 3; Spring Play 3. 



CINDY HANKS 

368 Main St. , 

Hampden 



ALFRED W. HANMER 
128 Somers Rd. , 
Hampden 



DAVID HAPGOOD 



JEFFREY HARRIS 

(Sickel) 
51 Burleigh Rd. , 

Hampden 




the days drift downward — 

as the falling leaves — 
and are gone — 











PAUL HARRIS 
3 Bittersweet Lane, 
Wilbraham 



WHITNEY HARRIS 
5 Brookmont Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Track 2, 3, 4. 



JAMES HARTMAN 

(Jim) 
18 Ruth Dr., 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1 . 



EDMUND A. M. 

HARTT (Ed) 
7 Meeting House Lane, 

Wilbraham 
"Is that a homemade 
cigarette?" Marching 
Band 1 ; Pep Band 2, 4; 
Football 3; One Act 
Plays 1, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 4; Swing Band 
Show 1, 2; "My Fair 
Lady" 2; Art Sympos- 
ium 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Band 1, 2, 3; Men's 
Chorus 4: PAVAS 4. 



DIANE M. HARVARD 

(Dee Dee) 
16 Manchonis Rd., 

Wilbraham 
J.C.L. 3,4. 



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DEBORAH HARVEY 
431 Dipping Hole Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Track 2. 



KEVIN HARVEY 



JEFFREY HASTIE 
34 Pleasantview Rd. 
Wilbraham 



JOAN HASTINGS 
7 Bradlind Ave., 
■Wilbraham 



MARK HASTINGS 
7 Bradlind Ave., 
Wilbraham 





and we know — both you and I — that 
each contains its priceless moments- 






WILLIAMA. HASTINGS 

JR. (Bill) 
347 Glendale Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4. 



NANCY ELIZABETH 

HATCH 
313 Bennett Rd. , 

Hampden 
Field Hockey 1,2; Ski 
Team 2; Cheerleader 
3; Yearbook 1,2; Ed- 
itor 3, 4; Quill and 
Scroll 3, 4; Guidance 
Aide 2, 3; Library Aide 
1,2. 



PETER HATCH 
20 North Rd. , 
Hampden 



CHRISTOPHER HEBERT 

(Chris) 
14 Porter Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Spring Play 3. 



MARION LINDA 
HEISE (Linda) 

1062 Stony Hill Rd. , 
Wilbraham 

"No comment" 



RUSSELL HICKS (Russ) 
412 Wilbraham Rd. , 

Hampden 
Chess Team 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 2; Table 
Tennis 3, 4; 



CURTIS HILL 
5 Raymond Dr. 

Wilbraham 
Gymnastics 2. 



GERALD HINCH (Jerry) 
246 Chapin Rd. , 

Hampden 
Yearbook 2, 3; Editor 
4. 



DEBORAH HIRST 

(Debbie) 
46 Brookside Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
J. V. Cheerleading 3; 
Student Hostess 3, 4; 
Junior Activity Com- 
mittee; Senior Activ- 
ity Committee. 



LUCY HOLMBERG 
34 Brooklawn Rd. , 
Wilbraham 





moments when our spirits are free- 
as free as they may ever be-- 







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KENNETH A. HORTON 

JR. (Ken) 
14 Joan St., Wilbraham 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim- 
ming 1, 2, 3, 4; Activity 
Committee 1, 2, 3,4. 



LINDA HOUGH 
425 Springfield St. 
Wilbraham 



SUSAN HOUGH (Sue) 
425 Springfield St. , 

Wilbraham 
Track 2; Leader Corps 
3, 4. • 



LANA HOWE 



DAVID HURLEY pave) 
47 Decorie Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"SMLECK" Football 1, 
2; Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Smoke Signal 2. 



ROBERT ICKRATH 
S20 Main St. , 
Wilbraham 
Cross Country 1,2, Co- 
Captain 3, 4; Track 2, 
3. 



EDWARD IRLA 

1 2 Brainard Rd. 

Wilbraham 



THOMAS IRVINE 
412 Dipping Hole Rd. , 
Wilbraham 



MARK JACHYM 
16 Dalton St., 

Wilbraham 
Ice Hockey 1,2, 3,4; 
Golf 1,2. 



CAROL JACOBS 

1 Oak Ridge Dr. 

Wilbraham 




yet each moment is speeding toward eternity- 






MARY JARDINE (Mare) 
239 Allen Street, 

Hampden 
"Entered 74" 



CRAIG E. JOHNSON 
6 Blueberry Hill Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Mathletes. 



DAVID M. JOHNSON 

(Dave) 
7 Western View Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Gymnastics 2; Com- 
puter Programing 3, 4. 



SCOTT JOHNSON 
43 Rock-A -Dundee 

Rd. , Hampden 
"Far out, Dynamite" 



CHRISTOPHER 
JUTKIEWICZ 

20 Colonial Vlg. 
Hampden 

Hockey 2. 



SCOTT KEENAN 
2 Sylvan Dr. , 
Wilbraham 



MARY BETH KERST 
1 Conifer Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"You'll get over it" 



FRANK KERSTETTER 
55 Colony Dr. , 
Hampden 



ELIZABETH KERVICK 

(Betsy) 
1 1 Linwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
One Acts 1,2; Child- 
ren's Theater 3; Tech 
Crew 4; F.T.A. 2; 
Elementary tutoring 2; 
Smoke Signal 4; Quill 
& Scroll 4; As Schools 
Match Wits 3, 4; Office 
Aide 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 4. 



RONALD W. KIBBE, 

JR. (Ron) 
36 East Longmeadow 

Rd. , Hampden 




to know life best — 

become a friend of the earth 





MARYJEAN KIRBY 
10 Wright Place, 

Wilbraham 
Swim Team 1,2, 3,4; 
Gymnastics Team 1 , 2, 
3, 4; Syncho Team 1, 
2, 4; PAVAS 3, 4. 



CAROLYN CATHERINE 

KIRK 
9 Ruth Dr. , Wilbraham 
One Act Plays 1 ; Drill 
Team 3; Cinema Stu- 
dies Club 3; Student 
Hostess 3,4. 



WILLIAM P. KISSEL 
1217 Stony Hill Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Football 1,4; Baseball 
3,4. 



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RICHARD 

KOSAKOWSKI 

(Henry) 
18 Severyn St. , 

Wilbraham 



ROBIN JANETTE 

KRONHOLM 
10 Captain Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Class Secretary 3, 4. 



, 



KAREN IABONTE 
20 Pine Dr. , 
Wilbraham 
"Whenever I do some- 
thing right, no -one re- 
members; Whenever I 
do something wrong, 
no -one forgets. " 



MICHAEL EDWARD 
LABROAD (Mike) 
1 Ruth Dr. , Wilbraham 
Golf 2. 



GLENN LADUE (Glenn) 
3 Fernwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Football 1. 



MARK H. LAFLAMME 
202 Somers Rd. , 

Hampden 
Soccer 1; One Acts 1, 
2, 3; Major Productions 
2,3. 



ROBERT LAJZER (Bob) 
13 Sunnyside Terrace, 
Wilbraham 





and its living things — for the earth sustains your 
life and mine 





ANDREW LAKE (Drew) 
10 Beechwood Dr. , 
Wilbraham 



SUSANNE LEARY 
359 Main St. , 

Hampden 
Entered Fall 73; Year- 
book 4; Football Ticket 
Seller 3,4. 



ELENA MARIE LENNON 
21 Glenn Dr. , 
Wilbraham 
"I am I You Are You" 



MARK A. LEONE 

(Tony) 
358 Main St. , 

Hampden 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 
1,2,3; Track 1,2; 
Chorus 4; Leaders 
Corps 3. 



JOSEPH L. LEPLEY (Joe) 
38 Blacksmith, 

Wilbraham 
Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 
2,3,4. 



KARIN LINDAHL 
907 Main St. , 
Wilbraham 
"Live Life" Drill Team 
2, 3; PAVAS 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Hostess 4; Cinema 
Studies Club 3. 



CRAIG LITTLE 
36 Hickory Lane, 
Hampden 



KYLE MARIE LOFTUS 
28 West Colonial Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"Dare to be different 
and to follow your own 
star. . . " Track 2; 
Syncho 3, 4; Junior 
Classical League 3, 4; 
Yearbook 3,4 (editor); 
Leaders Corps 3, 4; 
Quill & Scroll 4. 



DIANE LOOMIS (Loom) 
59 Somers Rd. , 
Hampden 



SHARON LUCIER 




— if love has touched 

you with her gentleness — 

the shadows are not unfriendly- 








THERESE LYNCH 


LAURIE MAHAFFEY 


MICHELE MAHARNE 


EDWARD MALZENSKI 


MICHAEL MANNING 




(Terry) 


22 Joan St. , Wilbraham 


(Mikki) 


(Ed) 


209 Wilbraham Rd. , 




8 Brookside Circle, 




27 Crestwood Lane, 


11 Sunnyside Terrace 


Hampden 




Wilbraham 




Hampden 


Wilbraham 


Baseball 1,2,3,4. 




Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 




"I'm only kidding?" 


Track 1, 4; Soccer 1, 2; 






Co-Captain; Softball 




Basketball 1 or 2 


Football 3. 






2; Track 3; Leader 




Guidance Aide 1, 2, 3. 








Corps 3, 4; Student 












Hostess 3, 4; Yearbook 












2, 3, 4; Activities Co- 












Editor. 




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KIM MARSILI 
4 Westwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Swim Team 2. 



GEORGE MARTIN 
22 Ruth Dr. , 
Wilbraham 
Ski Team 3. 



STUART MARTINEZ 

(Stu) 
"Ya but I thought" 
Soccer 1; Hockey 1, 2; 
One Acts 2; Spring 
Play 2. 



KIMBERLY MAXWELL 

(Kim) 
1 9 Porter Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Concert Band 1 ; Pep 
Band 1, 2; Library Aide 
1; Children's Theatre 
3; Leader Corps 4; 
P.A.V.A.S. 3,4. 



CINDY MCCANNON 




for I have found healing in the 
midst of shadows- -and love in the midst of 
pain — 





SANDRA MCCARTHY 



MICHAEL TERRANCE 

MCGOVERN 
38 Pleasant View Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Basketball 3; Golf 3, 4; 
Entered Fall '73. 



JANA BEVERLY 

MCGUILL 
57 River Park Dr. , 

Hampden 
Swim Team 1,2, 3,4; 
Gymnastics Team 1, 2, 
3, 4; Syncho Team 1, 

2, 3, 4; Leaders Corps 

3, 4; Student Hostess 3, 
4; P.A.V.A.S. 3,4. 



ELLEN MCHUGH 
63 Circle View Dr. 
Hampden 



MARY MCLAUGHLIN 

(Mindy) 
593 Main St. , 

Wilbraham 
"Panaquelles" 



THOMAS MEHLICH 

(Tom) 
41 Blacksmith Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Floor Hockey 1,2,3,4; 
Football 4; Leader 
Corps 4. 



MICHELLE MELBOURNE 

(Shelli) 
164 Manchonis Rd. , 

Wilbraham 



BRUCE MELIKIAN 
10 Melikian Dr., 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1, 2, 3,4; Track 
1; Floor Hockey 3, 4. 



ROBERT MELVILLE 



CINDY METAYER 




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there is so much of mystery in the 
simplest thing — 




MARGARET 
MIERZWINSKI 

(Peggy) 
20 Longview Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 (co- 
captain); Leader Corps 
3,4. 



GEORGANN MILLER 
11 Rice Dr., 
Wilbraham 
Student Hostess 3, 4; 
"My Fair Lady" 1; 
Ticket seller at Foot- 
ball Games 1 . 



BRIAN MITCHELL 
6 Longfellow Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 4. 



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MARY MORELL 

7 Sawmill Dr. , 

Wilbraham 



STEPHEN MOTYL 
20 Dalton St. , 
Wilbraham 



KATHY MUNSELL 

(Shag) 
31 Burleigh Rd. , 

Hampden 
"You gotta be kidding 



MICHAEL MUNSELL 
120 Allen St., 
Hampden 



JOHN MURPHY 



PAUL NARREAU 
2660 Boston Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"Unreal" 



DEBRA NASCIMBENI 

(Debbie) 
39 Old Orchard Rd. , 

Hampden 
J. V. Cheerleading 2, 
3 (co-captain); Varsity 
Cheerleading 4; Student 
Council 4; Student 
Hostess 3, 4; Girls' Bas- 
ketball 1; Leader Corps 
4. 




so much of beauty 
in the commonplace-- 





MARY LYNN NELSON 
130 North Mountain 

Rd., Wilbraham 
"Give Me A Break" 



CRAIG NEWCOMB 

(Newc) 
234 Glendale Rd. , 

Hampden 
Debating Team 1; Lab 
Assistant 4. 



SHARON NILES 

14 Brainard Rd. , 

Wilbraham 



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JOSEPH NORMANDEAU 

(Rush) 
21 Brentwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Concert Band 1,2, 3; 
Marching Band 1; Pep 
Band 2, 3; Ski Team 2, 
3,4. 



JOANNE NOVAK 
455 Dipping Hole Rd. 
Wilbraham 



CYNTHIA NOWELL 

(Cindy) 
38 Valley View Dr. , 
Hampden 



CATHY O'HAGAN 
640 Springfield St. , 
Wilbraham 



KATHARINE H. 

OLMSTED (Kathy) 
9 Brookmont Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Lab assistant 3,4. 



STEVEN OLSEN 

75 West Colonial Rd. . 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1,2,3; Swim- 
ming Team 1, 2, 3,4; 
Track 3,4. 



KAREN ORT 

6 Bittersweet Lane, 

Wilbraham 
Swim Team 3,4. 





these we have loved 







DONALD PALM 


ANTHONY PANETTA 


PETER PAPPAS 


JENIFER PATRIC (Jen) 


STEVEN PAUL 




19 Dudley, 




8 Fox Hill Dr. , 


548 Glendale Rd. , 


11 Meadowbrook Lane, 




Wilbraham 




Wilbraham 


Hampden 


Hampden 




"I can't wait till I go 




Basketball 1; Hockey 


"Don't put off till to- 






home. " 




2,4; Football 3,4. 


morrow what you can do 
today, because if it's 
fun today you can do 
it again tomorrow. " 
Yearbook 2,3,4 editor- 
in-chief; Field Hockey 
1,2,3; Tri-Captain 
Leader Corps 3,4; 
Library Aide 1; Guid- 
ance Aide 1, 2; Quill 










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and Scroll 4. 





DORIS PERMAN 
404 Springfield St. 
Wilbraham 



ELAINE PHELPS 
12 Primrose Lane, 

Wilbraham 
Student Hostess 3, 4; 
Library Aide 1 ; 
P. A. V.A.S. 2, 3,4; 
My Fair Lady; Orchestra 
2; Western District 
Band 1, 2, 3; All State 
Band 1, 2, 3; All Eastern 
Band 2; Chamber Choir 
3, 4; Choralyres 3, 4; 
Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
1,2. 



MARKD. PHILIPPBAR 
32 West Colonial Rd., 

Wilbraham 
"Don't mess with 
women" Swimming 1. 



MARK PIAGET 
27 Millbrook Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"bagel-An unsweetened 
doughnut with rigomor- 
tis" P. A. V.A.S. 3,4. 



STEVEN A. 

PIANOWSKI 
19 Eastwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 
1; Hockey 1,2,3,4. 




these fragile fleeting things 
that touch our hearts with 
beauty- - 








ED PIENIAK 


LISA PIRRO 


JOYCE PLUGGE 


LAURIE POLLEY (Lor) 


WENDI POLLEY 




103 Manchonis Rd. , 


239 Soule Rd. , 


749 Ridge Rd. , 


102 Baldwin Dr., 


102 Baldwin Dr., 




Wilbraham 


Wilbraham 


Wilbraham 
"C'mon" Lab Aide 1, 
2; Drill Team 2; Syn- 
chronized Swimming 2, 
3,4; P. A. V.A.S. 2,3, 
4; Mathletes 3, 4; Chor- 
alyres 4; Yearbook 4; 
Talent Show 4. 

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Hampden 


Hampden 





WILLIAM C. POSLEY 

(Pos) 
12 Linwood Dr., 

Wilbraham 
Football 1, 2, 4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Track 3, 
4. 



ROBERT POWELL 
142 Sessions Dr. , 
Hampden 



JANET L. POWERS 
3 Parkwood Dr., 

Wilbraham 
"There is always tomor- 
row for dreams to come 
true. " Entered Fall of 
1 974 Library Aide 4; 
Drill Team 4; Drama 
Club 4. 



JULIE L. POWERS 

(Shorty) 
339 Main St. , 

Hampden 
Gym Team 1; EIIP 
Tutor 3, 4. 



GLENN POWIS 

(Termite) 
lPoeAve., Wilbraham 




let not this moment be of lessened beauty- 





SUSAN PRATT 
332 Allen St. , 

Hampden 
Basketball 1, 2, 3. 



LINDA PRZYBYCIEN 
199 Stony Hill Rd. , 
Wilbraham 



ED PUTNAM 
100 Burleigh Rd. 
Wilbraham 



CHERYL RADKOWSKI 
7 Katie St. , 

Wilbraham 
Band 1,2, 3,4; Future 
Teachers 1, 2. 



DANIEL RAPISARDA 



NANCY RAYMOND 
10 Raymond Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4- 
captain; Gym Team 1, 
2, 3, 4; Syncho Team 3; 
Smoke Signal 1,2; 
Yearbook 3, 4-editor; 
P.A.V.A.S. 4. 



ROBERTA. REALL 
387 Allen St. , 
Hampden 



JULIE ANN REBURN 
6 Cooley Dr. , 
Wilbraham 
Debating Team 2; 
Emeralds 2, 3; Quill & 
Scroll 3, 4. 



WENDY REED 

4 Brookside Circle 

Wilbraham 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer- 
leading 2, 3, 4-co- 
captain; Student Hos- 
tess 3, 4; Leader Corps 
4. 



LYNN REMSBERG 
23 Eastwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Lab Assistant 1,2. 





because one distant day — it may 
remembered be — 
with pain — 




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DOUGLAS S. 

ROBINSON 
27 Rochford Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4-cap- 
tain; Basketball Man- 
ager 1, 2, 3, 4. 



KATHY ROCHFORD 
35 Edward St. , 
Hampden 



ROBERT RODRIGUES 
8 Bradlind Ave. , 

Wilbraham 
Football 1, 2, 3; Base- 
ball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 
2. 



TERRY RODRIGUES 
10 Bradlind Ave., 

Wilbraham 
Library Aide 4. 



JAMS P. ROSS (Jan) 
56 N. Mountain Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"Save water; take a 
shower with a friend. " 
P.A.V.A.S. 4; Stage 
Crew 2, 3, 4; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Folk Fest- 
ival 2, 3,4; P.A.V.A.S, 
Arts Symposium 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Band 1 ; Pep 
Band 2,3; "My Fair 
Lady" 2; Junior Class- 
ical League 4. 



MARK ROSS 

21 Mountainbrook Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1, 3; Tennis 2, 3. 



THOMAS ROURKE 
44 Soule Rd. , 
Wilbraham 
One Acts 2, 3; My Fair 
Lady 2; Crucible 3; 
P. A. V.A.S. 3,4. 



KAREN ALICIA ROWE 
119 East Longmeadow 

Rd. , Hampden 
"Always keep love in 
your heart. " 



CHARLES KIRK 

RUSSELL 
8 Arbor Lane 

Wilbraham 
One Acts 3, 4; 
P. A. V.A.S. 4; Cham- 
ber Choir 3; Folk Fest- 
ival 3; Talent Show 4; 
Winter Play 3; Spring 
Play 3. 



PETER M. RUSSELL 
8 Arbor Lane, 
Wilbraham 
One Acts (Director) 4; 
Spring Play 3, 4; Winter 
Play 4; P. A. V.A.S. 4; 
Drama Club Production 
Staff 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1; Baseball (Man- 
ager) 2, 3; Football 
(Manager) 3; Pep Band 
4. 




sometimes—sometimes a moment is greater 
than eternity — 





JUDITH RYDER 



MONICA SALLS 
237 Monson Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"Today is the first day 
of the rest of your life. ' 
P. A. V.A.S. 3,4; 
Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Tea- 
chers Aide 3. 



DONNA SANTANIELLO 

(Weaver) 
39 Brookside Dr. , 

Hampden 
"I'm great" 



ALAN SAVIDES 
4 Beachwood Dr. , 
Wilbraham 



KEITH R. SCARLETT 
40 Brookside Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Smoke 
Signal 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 



SALLY JANE SCHMUCK 
204 Glendale Rd. , 

Hampden 
Freshman Chorus 1; 
Choralyres 2, 3, 4; Drill 
Team 2. 



JOHN SCHNEPP 
8 Sylvan Dr. , 
Wilbraham 
Football 1,2,3,4; 
Leader Corps 3. 



DIANE SCHUBACH 
8 Ronald Circle, 
Wilbraham 



DONNA SCLAFANI 



DOUGLAS SCOTT 

(Doug) 
51 Glenn Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Basketball 1,2, 3,4; 
Baseball 2; Track 3, 4; 
Leader Corps 3,4. 




that moment- -when every living thing 
becomes a part of life — when life is truly 
shared by every living thing — 





RICHARD CHARLES 

SCOTT 
4 Chapel St. , 

Wilbraham 
One Act Plays 1,2, 3,4; 
P.A.V.A.S. 3,4; 
Technical Theatre 2, 3; 
Swing Band Show 2; 
Talent Show 3, 4; Folk 
Festival 3; Art Sympos- 
ium 2, 3; Yearbook 
Photographer 4; Three 
Act Play 2, 3; Spring 
Play 2, 3; Theatre Arts 
Club 1,2,3. 



ROBERTA. SHAW 

(Bob) 
54 Scantic Rd. , 

Hampden 
"Please" Soccer 1; 
Gymnastics 1 . 



ROBERT G. SHAW 
16 Eastwood Dr., 

Wilbraham 
Football 1,2,3,4; 
Hockey 1, 2,3,4; Base- 
ball 2, 4; Yearbook 4. 



NANCY SHEA 
12 Maiden Lane, 

Wilbraham 
"Oh, I forgot. " 



EDWARD SHEEHAN 
14 Stiling Dr., 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ALLYSON SKIPTON 
179 Chapin Rd., 

Hampden 
Marching Band 1 ; Con- 
cert Band 1, 2, 3,4; 
Spring Play 3; Techni- 
cal Theatre 3; 
P.A.V.A. S. 4; Student 
Hostess 3, 4; District 
Band 3; YPS 4. 



BRAD SMITH 
5 Sylvan Dr. , 
Wilbraham 
Ski Team 1,2; Foot- 
ball 1 . 



MARILYN SMITH 
20 Blacksmith Rd. 
Wilbraham 



TOM SMITH 
643 Stony Hill Rd. , 
Wilbraham 



JOHN SOUS A 

312 Stony Hill Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Swim Team 1, 2; 
Hockey 4. 




each living thing has need of 
other living things — 





MICHAEL SPAGNOLI 
5 Wilbraview Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 1, 2; Ski Team 
2, 3, 4. 



JUDITH ELAINE SPINN 

(Sweetie) 
17 Pleasantview Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
"Pigmy" One Acts 1; 
Tech Crew 1,2, 3; 
P.A.V.A.S. 2, 3,4; 
Talent Show 1,2,3; 
Honors Chorus 3; 
Chorus 1,2, 3; Spring 
Play 1,2, 3; Make-up 
2,3. 



DANA SPRINGER 
439 Soule Rd. , 
Wilbraham 



JENIFER SQUIRE 



CINDY STARK 
16 Jewel Lane, 

Wilbraham 
Swimming 2, 3; Junior 
Classical League 3, 4; 
Drama 3. 



KAREN ST. DENIS 
45 Circle View Dr. , 

Hampden 
Girls Basketball 1,2; 
Guidance Aide 2, 3; 
Student Hostess 4. 



THERESA STLEANIK 
(Terry) 

255 Manchonis Rd. 
(ext. ) Wilbraham 



MICHAEL 

ST. GERMAIN 
27 Glenn Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Football 1,2,3,4 
Captain; Track 1,2,3, 
4; Leader Corps 3, 4. 



BARBARA STIRTON 
(Barb) 



RICHARD STOLARIK 

(Rick) 
301 Soule Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Soccer 2,4. 




depends upon and is 
depended upon-- 
and 

hopefully 
shares — 





BRUCE STONE 

70 Bennett Rd. , 
Hampden 

"Never do today what 
can be put off until 
tomorrow. " Chess 
Team 2, 3, 4; Mathletes 
4; As Schools Match 
Wits 4; J.V. Baseball 
3. 



CYNTHIA LOUISE 
STONE (Goose) 

2 Rochford Dr. , 
Wilbraham 

Student Hostess 3, 4. 



JONATHAN STONE 
(Mineral Man) 

43 Bennett Rd. , 
Wilbraham 

Marching Band 1 ; 

Swing Band 1,2; 

PAVAS 3, 4; Chess 

Team 4. 



SCOTT STROHMAN 
32 Pomeroy St. , 

Wilbraham 
PAVAS 3, 4; J. V. Soc- 
cer 1; Swing Band 1,2. 



EDWARD SUBJEK (Ed) 
924 Stony Hill Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Ski Team 1, 2; Football 
3; Soccer Team 1. 



DANIEL SULLIVAN 

(Dan) 
1 Main St. , Hampden 
Basketball 1 . 



WALTER SULLIVAN 
5 Brentwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Golf 1,2, 3, 4; 



NANCY LOUISE 

SWALLOW 
6 Decorie Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
Cinema Club 3; Office 
2, 3; Leader Corps 4; 
Drill Team 2, 3(Co- 
Captain) Student Hos- 
tess 3,4; Junior Class- 
ical League 4; Tech 
Crew 2. 



ERIC SWITZER 



EDWARD SZCZEPANEK 

(Ed) 
8 Walter St. , 

Wilbraham 
"Hey Kid" Track 1,2, 
3,4. 





shade and shelter — 
food and fragrance — 
faith and friendship - 




DIANNE J. SZUMIEL 
6 Glenn Dr. , 
Wilbraham 



CHRISTINE 
SZYDLOWSKI 



JOHN TAYLOR 
3 Belli Dr. , 
Wilbraham 



MARTA THODAL 
30 Longview Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
PAVAS 3, 4; Ski Team 
2,3. 



HAL THRASHER 
7 Old Carriage Dr. 
Wilbraham 






SUSAN TIPPETT 
379 Glendale Rd. , 

Hampden 
Student Hostess 3, 4; 
Drill Team 2, 3; Quill , 
& Scroll 3, 4; Emeralds 
2,3,4; Yearbook Staff 3; 
Cinema Club 3. 



MARGARET 

TRABULSI (Peggy) 
36 Oakland St. , 

Wilbraham 
Chorus 1; Yearbook 3. 



DEBBI TRIMBLE 
84 Monson Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Christmas Play 1; Dis- 
trict Chorus -2, 3; One 
Acts 2, 3, 4; Freshman 
Chorus; Pep Band 3; 
Chamber Choir 3; 
Spring Play 2, 3; 
PAVAS 3, 4; Lab Theatre 
4; Tech. Theatre 3,4. 



DEBRA TRUESDELL 



PATRICIA 

VANDERWERKEN 

(Pattie) 
72 Stony Hill Rd. , 

Hampden 
School Committee Ad- 
visory Board 4; Student 
Council 1,2, 3,4; S.C. 
Secretary 4; Class Act- 
ivity 1,2; PAVAS 4; 
Freshman Chorus; Chor- 
alyres 2, 3, 4; Western 
Mass. Honor Chorus 2, 
3. 




and often the need to learn that a gift is 
not of lessened value if it is only a song- 





BEVERLY VANHORN 
18 Cedar Oak Lane, 

Hampden 
Field Hockey 1,2. 



LINDA VOSS 
6 Eastwood Dr. , 

Wilbraham 
"Keep a place apart, 
inside your heart for 
little dreams to go" 
PAVAS; Class Treasurer; 
Smoke Signal; Leader 
Corps; Choralyres; Stu- 
dent Council; Co- 
moderator. 



BRUCE A. WALLACE 

("Bruce") 
16 Colonial Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Smoke Signal 1,2; 
Gymnastics 1,2,3,4 
(co-captain); Math- 
letes 3, 4; Yearbook 2, 
3 editor, 4 editor-in- 
chief; Spring Play 3; 
PAVAS 4; "As Schools 
Match Wits" 3,4. 



DON WALLACE 



GISELE WARNER 



JAMES M. WEBBER 

(Jim) 
24 Joan St. , 

Wilbraham 



JIM WEISSBACH 

(Whitey) 
57 Riverpark Dr. 

Hampden 



LISA E. WENTWORTH 
234 Bennett Rd. , 

Hampden 
Swim Team 1; Softball 
1,2; Basketball 2. 



KAREN WHITE 

37 Glenn Dr. , 

Wilbraham 



LUCINDA WHITEHILL 

(Cindy) 
40 Maple St. , 

Wilbraham 
Concert Band 1,2,3; 
Freshman Chorus; Chor- 
alyres 2, 3, 4; District 
Band 2; District Chorus 
3; Pep Band 1, 2; One- 
Acts 1, 2, 3,4; Christ- 
mas Play 3; Swing Band 
Show 1, 2; Talent Show 
4; Student Hostess 3, 4; 
Yearbook 4; Drill Team 
2;PAVAS 3,4. 





come--let us walk into the sunset's glow- 
into the dusty pink and golden sky — 




and when we get there we will surely know 
that love like beauty grows and cannot die — 




TODD WILLEY 
83 Chapin Rd. , 

Hampden 
Soccer 1, 2, 3; Hockey 
1,2,3,4. 



GUY WILLIAMS 
663 Tinkham Rd. 

Wilbraham 
Band 3, 4. 



JOHN WILLIAMS 
8 Garden Lane, 

Wilbraham 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Football 2; Track 2, 3, 



MIKE WILLIAMS 
18 Brookside Dr., 

Wilbraham 
Chess Team 2, 3; News- 
paper 3; Floor Hockey 
3,4. 



PAUL WILLOUGHBY 
55 South Rd. , 
Hampden 



KEVIN PATRICK 
WOODS (Woodie) 

271 3 Boston Rd. , 
Wilbraham 

"He who has begun his 

task; has half done it" 

Track 2,3,4. 



JUDITH A. WRIGHT 
23 Merrill Rd. , 

Wilbraham 
Class Vice-President 
1,2; Class President 3, 
4; PAVAS 4; Student 
Hostess 3, 4. 



MARK ZIEGENHAGEN 
2 Vista Rd. , 
Wilbraham 
Soccer 2, 3, 4; Floor 
Hockey 3, 4. 



KEVIN O'NEIL (Owney) 
2 Cliffside Dr. , 
Wilbraham 



EDWARD RUSSELL 
766 Main St. , 
Wilbraham 
Swimming 1 . 





and we will walk beyond these misted years 
toward a dawn both beckoning and bright- - 

and not remember eyes once dimmed by tears 
that fell unbidden in the lonely night — 

selections from "Have You Heard The Cricket Song 1 ' 
by Winston O. Abbott 





WILLIAM ALLEN 
CHRISTINE BAILEY 
JOSEPH BOLDUC 
THOMAS COMASKEY 
BETTE-JEAN 

CUNNINGHAM 
GILBERT DAVIS 
THOMAS DERAGON 
PETER DESPREY 
MICHAEL DUQUETTE 
DENNIS FERNANDES 
BRYAN GLIDDEN 
MICHAEL GETCHELL 
ROBERT GODFREY 
JOSEPH GORECKI 



PETER HARASYMIW 
GERI KNAK 
JOHN MANNIX 
PETER MITUS 
JOHN MURPHY 
LINDA OKULA 
BRIAN O'NEIL 
LINDA ROUNDY 
PARNAM SAMRA 
WILLIAM SCHUBACH 
PETER SZABAN 
DAVID TROW 
MICHAEL WILSON 



OUR TRIALS AND TRANSITIONS . . 

THE CLASS OF '75'S ALMANAC 

In eighth grade (remember way back then) we said, "I don't want to go to high school, " and "See you next year. " Funny, when 
we got to high school we never wanted to go back to junior high. Unfortunately we grew apart from a lot of our close friends that we 
were going to be sure to see "next year. " It seemed impossible but it happened. Freshman year all the Wilbraham girls seemed to be 
enchanted by the Hampden guys. The Hampden girls in turn were checking out the Wilbraham guys. 

Freshman year was also "challenge day" for football players. Brad Heck and Dave Vivian clashed for the position of quarterback. 
Joe Shadduck and Mike Crowley showed everybody up at halfback. 

Ricky Scott, Cindy Whitehill, Edmund Hartt, Allison Green, Karen DeVVolf , Judy Spinn, and Cindy Dwyer brought the freshman 
class fame by beating the seniors and winning the regional One-Act Play Contest. From there they went on to make a very good 
showing at the state contest. That same year, Lee Desotell showed herself an outstanding gymnast. 

Freshman year study halls were in the auditorium. Mrs. Wagner's homeroom was on the stage and Mr. Castonguay's was stuck in 
the pit. The cafeteria was located where the cooking labs are now. 

In athletics, hockey was then just a new sport at Minnechaug. Mike Manning surprised everybody with his power hitting in base- 
ball. . . Then, Gary Pabis and Ned Deane were "the men. ". . .John Williams came on the scene freshman year. . . Basketball was the 
sport to watch, . .As freshmen, lovebirds still broke up by passing notes. 

Freshman year was the great "Pancake Supper" and it was the year that Norman Drapeau made his debut in "Fiddler on the Roof. " 
The drama department also performed its first rock opera. "Tommy" was a great success and received a standing ovation. Back then 
we had a fantastic marching band and Swing Band Show. Mike Getchell could be seen beating away on the drums. Paul Cilley saw 
some action on the Varsity Soccer team and Chris Gillis was the "Freshman Fish. " 

At the end of freshman year we said, "See you over the summer, " but we hardly ever did. . . That summer we discovered beer, 
but not how to handle it. 

Sophomore year brought many new teachers and faces. Mr. Dexter retired and Mr. Badger became the new principal. 

Our second year the guys all went after the freshman girls and the sophomore girls started looking around at the older guys. 

It was the year of "Hogan's Heroes. " Brenda Shea, Debbie Churchill, and Beth Barish moved away. Todd Willey started showing 
some real hockey playing ability. 

We did away with monitors and the Student Council president quit. . . That year the courtyard was the place to hang out. Then 
came the addition and the action shifted to the new cafeteria and J-hall. . . . "My Fair Lady" was a success, with Bobbye Foley and 
Bill Fumo in the lead roles. 

Also in '72 the nursery school started at Minnechaug. . .Jack Post, Rick King, Mary Ann Haggerty, and Patti Nodell were the 
"Big" seniors. . . Rick Forni and Tommy Morris could be seen riding around on Tom's motorcycle. 

In sports that year John Brennan became known as an outstanding runner, and Tony Leone was the new soccer star. Sandy Kapp 
broke all the swimming records. The girls attempted to start a track team. . .Peg Mierzwinski was playing a hell of a basketball 
game, and Pete Bachmann was hot under the hoop, scoring 31 points in one game. But the Ski Team didn't have enough snow. 

Sophomore year we had Chinese fire drills on the way to Friendly's after football games. Kids turned to beer blasts and found 
good times and bad by smoking. Mike Dodson entered the scene, followed by Joe Lepley. Elaine Phelps and Jeri Dow came to be 
known as two outstanding musicians. That year Dawn Clark was Miss Teen of Springfield. . .Mr. Eakins left for Florida and Mrs. 
Kline for Israel. . . . Scott died. . . 

The juniors (bah!) won the One-Act Play Contest but Allison Green was named "best actress. " 

At the end of sophomore year we said, " Junior year should be the best because we will have our licenses and we won't have to 
worry about college. " 

Junior year the seniors (bah! ) won the One-Act Play Contest. . . the hockey team made it to the play-offs. . . Scott Porter was the 
"oo-ahh", and Nancy Thomson was the senior girl that most looked up to. Bob Rodrigues hurt his knee in the first football game of 
the season and was out for most of the year. . . Quill and Scroll made a big hit on Valentines Day. . . 

Kim Booth developed into an outstanding gymnast, taking a first on the unevens. Tom Daly left for the Academy and Allison 
Green for New York. The Pizza Pub took over as the number one spot. Internal Open Campus and soft ice cream cones were innovat- 
ed junior year. We had our licenses but all we did was ride around looking for something to do. . . Many started working at part-time 
jobs. 

Junior year was Speech and Drama class with Mrs. Wagner and Thoreau and Emerson with Miss Latino. . . In '73 guys and girls 
started noticing each other, within the class, and many meaningful relationships sprang up. . .Mr. LedDuke got a lot of crazy juniors 
in Driver Ed. Class. 

Junior year the cheerleaders changed to a bouncier form. . . We had Square Dancing in co-ed gym. That year, Steve Pianowski 
pitched a great season. . . Mike Crowley and Nancy Shea won the Dance Marathon. The Junior Carnival was a big flop. . . Mike Mc- 
Govern came on the scene; so did Betty Grillo, Peggy Trabulsi, and Carol Driscoll. . . There were one hundred grinders left over from 
the Art Symposium. 

Junior year more drinking went on. There was a swinging New Year's Eve Party. . . Many girls had their hair, cut short. . . SAT's 
came along and Joe Whitmeyer beat everybody. . . 

We used to say, "I can't wait to get out of this school. " In the spring guys would stand by the pool doors and watch Jane Burt yell 
at the Syncho Team. The girls' Softball team went to the play-offs. . .The drama department decided to do something different that 
spring. "A Bit of Ourselves", an entirely student- written production, opened up many eyes that had been closed for too long- 

The end of junior year brought a finish to lots of fun. That summer was spent working for the most part along with some partying. 
We started meeting kids from other schools. Dating and partying were no longer confined to Minnechaug. 

When we returned in September so many familiar faces were gone from the roster — Mrs. Wagner, Mrs. LedDuke, Mary Whit- 
meyer, Jim Williamson, Barb Stirton, Renee Desnoyers, . Pam Samra, Braden Davis, Kathy Costello, Rick Morgan, to name a few. 
Mrs. Kline and Mr. Eakins came back. 

Well, it is senior year. We didn't get Open Campus until December. . . The soccer team made it to the quarter-finals by beating 
Leominster. . . Doug Robinson made himself known at the goal post and Rick Desanti was named to the All-League Soccer Team. 

The Senior play, "Adaptation, " with Ricky Scott, Cindy Whitehill, Charlie Russell, and Edmund Hartt (does the cast sound fam- 
iliar?), directed by Dawn Clark, won the One-Act Play Contest (yeah!). . .Nancy Raymond took a first in diving and was named the 
Most Valuable Swimmer in Western Mass. Tony Leone broke the tradition and joined Men's Chorus. . . Allyson Skipton was cited as a 
very talented writer by the National Council of Teachers of English. 

There are still many months of senior year left. We still haven't figured out what our senior prank will be. Another question that 
is still unanswered is "Who are the big men and women on campus?" 

At the end of this year we will probably be saying "I really don't want to leave. " We won't be seeing each other as often; some 
we won't ever see again. But just as each year in high school brought new friends, faces, and ideas, so too will the years ahead. 



IN MEMORY OF: 



SCOTT P. COOKE 

"Scott could always get along with everybody. 

No matter what type of person you were, Scott 

could get along with you." 

— S.B. 



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. . . "always grinning." 

— P.B. 

. . . "never down in the 

dumps." 

. . . "HAPPY" 

. . . "the life of the basketball 
team." 

. . . " did things from 
his heart, not for 
other people's 
eyes. 

— M. T. 



"PEACE 



OKAY?" 

— Scott 



"Scott was one of 
the nicest kids I've 
known at Minnechaug. 
He never had anything 
bad to say about anyone 
and I'm glad that I 
was his girlfriend. " 

— Sarah 




Words are beautiful. But without the facial expressions that go with 

them, the words may lose their meaning. Just by looking into the 

eyes of Scott's friends, one can see how much these people really care. 



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These two Minnechaug 
Graduates have gone 
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successful in the outside 
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Dennis Murphy 
"Dennis the Menace'' 
Class of 1961 



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Timothy Murphy 
Terrible Timmy 
Class of 1968 




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Class of '71 



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Springfield 



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Holyoke 



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Bruce Wallace, Ed. -in-chief , Photography Ed. ; BOTTOM LEFT: Cindy Whitehill, Ed. -in-chief ; BOTTOM RIGHT: Nancy Raymond, 
Faculty Ed. 




TOP LEFT: Kyle Loftus, Activities Ed. ; TOP CENTER: Terry Lynch, Activities Ed. ; TOP RIGHT: Carol Driscoll, Ads Ed. ; CENTER 
LEFT: Bob King, Sports Ed. ; CENTER RIGHT: Jerry Hinch, Asst. Sports Ed. ; BOTTOM LEFT: Kevin Campion, Business Ed. ; BOT- 
TOM CENTER: Barb Gibson, Asst. Sports Ed. ; BOTTOM RIGHT: Cindy Engel, Underclassmen Ed. 



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